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Publication date:- 2017-09-12

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46 year, from Formby, wanted by Police

MERSEYSIDE Police have issued an appeal for the public's help to trace a 46 year old male, from Formby, who is wanted on a recall to prison. Sean Page, whose last known address was Cable Street, Formby was sentenced to 8 years and 3 months in prison on 25 May 2012, for importing and supplying class A and B drugs. He was released on license on 18 December 2015 but has failed to abide by the terms of his license and was recalled to prison on 14 March 2017. Extensive efforts have been made by the Police to find him but he remains outstanding and Officers are requesting the public's help to find him. Page is described as white, around 6ft tall with a bald head. Anyone who has seen Sean Page, or has any information about his whereabouts, is asked to call the Police on:- 101 quoting reference:- '0517063643.' If they prefer, people can also contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on:- 0800 555 111.


5 star Christmas dinner for Wirral's care leavers

VOLUNTEERS have come together to provide a 5* Christmas dinner for 30 young care leavers aged 18-25 who would otherwise be alone and isolated on Christmas day. For now, the venue is a surprise, but has been described as:- 'ultra modern' and 'fabulous' and has been provided completely free of charge. The 'secret' venue has also arranged for award winning Merseyside Chef Paul Askew, from the Art School restaurant in Liverpool, to provide his time, expertise and food for free. Similar events have taken place across the country in previous years but this is the first time the event will happen in Wirral. Organisers have been so impressed with the plans and support from donors that plans are already well under way for Christmas dinner 2018. Nothing will go to waste. A local chip shop owner has kindly donated take away trays so that guests can take away 'doggie bags' and any leftover food will be distributed to Neo Café and the YMCA. Wirral Council has agreed to fund the cost of taxis to enable all of the guests to travel in style to and from the event on Christmas day.

Karen Smith, 1 of the volunteer organisers of the event said:- "This event is so much more than a dinner. Of course we are going to have a 5* 3 course meal, but the meal is all about coming together. It's about sharing and making friends. It's about having a place to go when you feel low and isolated or when you think you don't belong anywhere. It's also about knowing you aren't alone and that there are people who understand you and are there for you on Christmas Day; unconditionally."

Gina left care in 1990 at the age of 18 and felt compelled to help out at this event:- "When I heard about the Wirral Christmas dinner through a friend I wanted to help. I wish there was something like this when I left care. Leaving care is daunting and scary. Wirral Christmas dinner is a fantastic opportunity for young people to have Christmas dinner with other care leavers. It can be the start of new friendships and opportunities for them. It means they don't have to be alone on Christmas day in a safe environment where people care about them."

Before everyone sits down for dinner, there will be old fashioned games like charades and afterwards, a Christmas film in front of the TV. Guests will also receive a visit from Santa who will be delivering personalised gifts to everyone in attendance.  To donate a gift, visit the events Facebook Page 'Wirral Christmas Dinner' where you will find an Amazon gift list that has lots of great gift ideas that have been paired with guests' hobbies or interests. Alternatively, send them an email for more information or deliver any gifts to the following drop off points:- Blackberry Grove Restaurant, New Brighton; Bromborough Civic Centre; Bebington Civic Centre or Tranmere Rovers' Shop. You can continue to donate gifts up to 23 December 2017.


'From Carbon' to play in Liverpool

ON Saturday, 16 December 2017, an exciting 7 piece Mancunian Indie band called:- 'From Carbon' will be playing live at:- 'Sound Food and Drink' Basement, (Duke street) in Liverpool. The band is currently supporting French touring singer / songwriter:- 'Ryder The Eagle' and Local Liverpool Indie band:- 'Seprona' as headline band. 'From Carbon' offers audiences the true sound of Manchester, fusing the nostalgic influences of pre-1997 Manchester while also bringing a forward thinking mentality to their sound keeping this style of music alive both now and in the future. In 2016 From Carbon Supported 'Heather Small' The voice of 'M-people' on an 18 date UK tour. 'From Carbon' are reputedly currently in talks to get a development deal on the back of 1 of their songs used in a new movie starring:- 'Michelle Keegan.'  For more information visit the bands Facebook Event Page

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