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News Report Page 7 of 16
Publication Date:-
2019-03-09
News reports located on this page = 3.

Artists and photographers needed

WHETHER you're a keen artist, an enthusiastic photographer or have found your Grandad's original paintings in the attic, Trinity Arts annual art exhibition is for you. This regular art show, which forms part of the Southport Festival, on 11 May to 12 May 2019, is a must for amateur and professional artists alike.

The show regularly sees hundreds of exhibits each year and has become a firm favourite in the art lovers' calendar. Whether it's a hobby or you're a professional artist, you can exhibit and keep all your sale money. It's just ₤3 per entry. For more information visit:- TrinityArts.Org.UK.


Autism Art Exhibition at Wayfarers Arcade Inspired by the Greats

VISITORS to The Wayfarers Arcade will see how autistic pupils at Southport's Peterhouse School have been inspired by great artists as the shopping centre plays host to the School's annual art exhibition. The exhibition features work by pupils on the autism spectrum who have been studying the styles of painters such as Piet Mondrain, Vincent Van Gogh and Edward Munch and used these as starting points to explore texture, form, colour and perspective.

A wide range of artwork, in different styles and media, all created by young people at Peterhouse is on display at this special showcase which also aims to raise awareness and understanding in the community about autism and highlight the strengths and potential of autistic people.  Peterhouse School and College has been rated as:- 'Outstanding' by OFSTED for over 10 years and supports autistic children and young people from 5 to 19 years of age.

 

Janet Allan, Headteacher at Peterhouse said:- "We are delighted that Wayfarers Arcade is yet again showing its support for autism by helping us to raise awareness locally through this exhibition. Each child at Peterhouse is uniquely affected by autism, and we tailor the way we work to ensure that we support each and every 1 of them to achieve their own goals and potential."


Southport Aldi raises ₤4,000 for Teenage Cancer Trust

STAFF and customers at Aldi's Southport store have helped to donate over ₤4,000 to Teenage Cancer Trust as part of the supermarket's efforts to raise ₤5million for the charity over 5 years. Employees at the store have taken part in a variety of fundraising initiatives, including a monthly raffle that has proven popular with generous customers.  The efforts of the Southport store has helped Aldi to raise over ₤350,000 for Teenage Cancer Trust in the North West. This has helped to fund an additional 3 nurses, 3 Youth Support Co-ordinators and 1 Multi Disciplinary Co-ordinator to provide support for young people living with cancer in the Region. Aldi 1st began supporting Teenage Cancer Trust in January 2017, and the Southport team's fundraising efforts have enabled Aldi to hit the ₤3m national fundraising milestone just over 2 years later.

Fritz Walleczek, Managing Director of Corporate Responsibility at Aldi, said:- "It's been fantastic to see our colleagues and members of the local community coming together to support Teenage Cancer Trust, and we're delighted that we've been able to support so many young people facing cancer. Our teams continue to come up with even more creative new ways to raise funds, and will carry on doing so to help us edge even closer to our ₤5 million target."

Teenage Cancer Trust delivers world class cancer care and support to young people diagnosed with cancer aged 13 to 24. It works in partnership with the NHS to provide highly-trained expert staff and specialist cancer units in NHS Hospitals across the UK. The charity is there at every stage from diagnosis, through treatment and after treatment. It also brings young people with cancer together so they can support each other.

Commenting on the milestone, Kate Collins, Chief Executive of Teenage Cancer Trust said:- "We're incredibly grateful for the passionate and enthusiastic support that Aldi's team and customers are giving to young people with cancer. Reaching ₤3 million in 2 years is an amazing achievement. Every pound raised has been vital in allowing us to protect and grow our specialist service to ensure young people get access to the very best treatment, care and support possible and are treated as young people 1st, cancer patient 2nd. We're really looking forward to hitting future milestones together and reaching more young people than ever before."

For more details of how you can support the Teenage Cancer Trust visit the Trust's website.

 
      
 
   
 
 
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Deceased estates notice - Lilian May Jackam

Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925, any persons having a claim against or an interest in the Estate of Lilian May Jackam (also known as Lillian May) Jackam (Deceased), late of Birch Abbey Rest Home, 55 Alexandra Road, Southport, Merseyside, PR9 9HD, UK, who died on 04/10/2018, are required to send particulars thereof in writing, to the undersigned Solicitors, on or before 24/05/2019, after which date the Estate will be distributed having regard only to claims and interests of which they have had notice. Churches Solicitors, 12 High Street, Fareham, Hampshire, PO16 7BL, UK. Ref:- 'T553015.'

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