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Publication date:- 2017-03-10

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American Wrestling Show comes to St Helens Theatre Royal

WRESTLING fans need wait no longer as they will be able to get their fix of ringside action on Saturday, 11 March 2017, at St Helens Theatre Royal!

Get ready to see the superstars live in action in this family spectacular which promises to be a gigantic red hot rumble! Providing fun for all the family, this action packed show provides 2 hours of non stop entertainment.

It's enough to have you up in your seats, cheering the goodies and booing the baddies. And there will also be a chance to meet and greet your favourite wrestlers for free at the end of the show; giving you the chance to get up close and personal to your favourite wrestling superstars and have a selfie with them!

Chantelle Nolan, Theatre Manager said:- "If you've never seen American Wrestling before then you're in for a treat; this is exciting, gripping stuff and provides a really fun show for the whole family!"

So don't delay, book today to guarantee the best seats!

Visit the St Helens Theatre Royal's website for more information.

New road safety measure for Liverpool hot spot

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A new pedestrian island is to be created on a traffic hot spot in South Liverpool.  Liverpool City Council is to install the traffic calming measure on Mill Lane, Wavertree, which is a heavily used link road to Edge Lane.

The 6m long and 2m wide "pedestrian refuge" is to be funded through a neighbourhood fund.  The new pedestrian island is estimated to take 4 days to complete and will see the installation of temporary traffic lights on Mill Lane during construction.

Councillor Ann O'Byrne, Deputy Mayor of Liverpool, said:- "Mill Lane is unusually wide and exceptionally busy and this has long been a matter of concern for pedestrian safety. With its proximity to Edge Lane and Wavertree High Street we've been looking at a number of solutions for the local community and am delighted at this outcome. This pedestrian island will provide residents with a safer passage while still maintaining traffic flow."

Liverpool City Council is currently investing more than ₤250m to improve Liverpool's road infrastructure through the Better Roads Programme.  For more information about highways investment in the City visit:- Liverpool.Gov.UK/BetterRoads.

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