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industry is now able to start opening up again within England
FOR those within the hospitality industry, the 12
April 2021 could not have come sooner as both pubs and restaurants started to open.
The good weather made opening outdoors better than many expected, but it is only
step 2 of the Government's 'roadmap' out of lockdown. It will not
be any earlier than 17 May 2021 that pubs and restaurants will be allowed to
open indoors. But, with events starting up again and pubs and restaurants
serving customers outdoor service, it has sparked a new...
Charity calls on politicians
to fight for children to have safe and happy lives in the Liverpool City Region
A campaign has been launched by
The Children's Society calling for candidates standing for election in the
Liverpool City Region
Combined Authority Invites Bids for UK Community Renewal Fund
THE Liverpool City Region
Combined Authority (LCRCA) is seeking bids from...
Morrisons to sow seeds of hope
by giving away 25 million sunflowers to customers
MORRISONS is giving away 25
million sunflower seeds to customers in an effort to...
Grandmother says:- 'Shop and Drop' to beat cancer
A Stalwart volunteer is urging people to help
Southport's Cancer Research UK shop get back to the business of beating cancer
as restrictions on non...
Jason Byrne revealed as is the
headline comedian at Southport Comedy Festival 2021
JASON Byrne has been announced as the 1st headline
comedian to star at the 2021 Southport Comedy Festival...
Dobbies celebrates National
Tea Day with virtual tea event for Merseyside residents
DOBBIES, will be marking National
Tea Day, on 21 April 2021, with an exclusive tea themed virtual event for...
3 Merseyside Charities Receive
Share of ₤25K Cadent Foundation Grant After Customer Vote
LIVERPOOL disability charity, Greenbank, has been
awarded a ₤3000 grant from the Cadent Foundation after being voted...
North West Air Ambulance
Charity administers 100th blood transfusion
THE North West Air Ambulance
Charity (NWAA) has reached a significant milestone in its:- 'Blood on
HAVE you heard about Formby Foresters? This is a new
Nursery for Pre-School children, but it is fully outdoors! Formby Foresters
located within the private woodlands of Shorrocks Hill, on the junction of St
Luke's Church Road, Lifeboat Road, Formby and uses part of the area set up by
the outdoor adventure group, Go Explore. The idea is to help children to benefit
from both mental and physical benefits that outdoor learning can offer. The
children attending will get opportunities to try new activities...
New 'Nightingale Court'
opens in Preston
PRESTON North End Football Club
has kicked open its doors as a:- 'Nightingale Court' this week,
joining the national effort to tackle the impact of Coronavirus on the criminal
justice system. Located just a mile from the City's Combined Court Centre, the
stadium will free up space for more jury trials there, by providing 2 additional
Courtrooms at the ground. The rooms have been re-configured from their...
Liverpool travel team open their doors as holiday bookings soar
LEADING Liverpool travel agency have reopened their
doors and are welcoming back customers after seeing a boom in holiday bookings
as Lockdown eases. Barrhead Travel's Liverpool branch; opened their doors for
the 1st time since last year and the team have been welcoming back customers in
person as local holidaymakers rush to book their 1st Post Pandemic...
A 3rd of UK
households to move home as Covid19 set to change where Britons live
MILLIONS of us are set to move home permanently, as a
consequence of the Pandemic, citing remote working as the facilitator and
quality of life as the ambition, according to new research by property developer
Romal Capital. The national survey of 2,000 households found that 31% are
planning to change their living...
Man jailed for assaulting Police Officers and
A 35 year old man has been jailed for 6 months after
punching a security guard and assaulting 3 Police Officers, following a British
Transport Police investigation. Thomas John Murphy, of no fixed abode, pleaded
guilty to:- assault, criminal damage and 3 counts of assaulting an emergency
worker. He was sentenced to 6 months...