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Checking for Natterjack Toads - Formby
- Merseyside - 2021
THIS year, as the weather gets
better and Covid19 Restrictions ease up, a reminder to all dog walkers and
people with children visiting Formby Point, on the Merseyside Coastline, been
asked to take extra care to help save the areas many protected species. Devils
Hole is just 1 of the many fantastic and unique breeding spots of the Natterjack
Toad. The National Trust is reminding all visitors, locals, and tourists that it
Protest over Port of
Liverpool's role in deforestation
THE Save Rimrose Valley campaign
joined protestors from Biofuelwatch and Extinction Rebellion outside...
Junior sports teams in
Southport invited to win a new strip
Photograph by Daniel Tidbury.
UNDER 16 sports clubs within
Southport are being given the chance to win a brand new team strip to celebrate
the lifting of lockdown. As junior...
Les Misérables returns to the
Liverpool Empire Theatre, January 2022
Photo by:- Helen Maybanks.
CAMMERON Mackintosh is delighted
to announce full touring dates for the UK and Ireland tour of his acclaimed
production of the Boublil and...
Historic 1912 picture
house seeks operator for silver screen romance
THE deadline is fast approaching
for interested parties to submit expressions of interest to operate the...
Lovell Homes launches a
campaign to save bees
NATIONAL housing developer Lovell
Homes launched a campaign to celebrate World Earth Day, on 22 April 2021 and
help save the bees by...
Cootes, Marches for Maggie's and Raises an Incredible ₤1,138 for the centre in
memory of wife Doreen
BOB Coote of Little Neston, took on an incredible
challenge in the month of March 2021...
Admission to AIM and gets a Green Economy Mark Accreditation
THE online 2nd hand gadget vendor
and music seller, musicMagpie (AIM: MMAG), a leading re-commerce...
Top magicians line up to
re-open Liverpool's M&S Arena with a spectacular and very dangerous magic show
SHONE Productions are bringing a
spectacular magic show, which is set to be the...
to boost safety on:- 'All Lane Running' Motorways accelerated
THE UK's Transport Secretary confirms technology to
spot stopped vehicles will be in place before any new stretch of:- 'All
Lane Running' Motorway is opened Pledge comes as Highways England
publishes report detailing progress made to boost safety, while setting out ways
in which improvements will be sped up 2015 to 2019 figures show fatal casualties
are less likely on:- 'All Lane Running' Motorways than
conventional ones. Every new:- 'All Lane Running' (ALR) Motorway will
open with technology in place to spot stopped or broken down vehicles...
Liverpool gets ready for The
Photograph by:- Anthony Mooney - Circus
THE 1st nightclub event to take
place in the UK in more than a year is coming to Liverpool, on Friday, 30 April
2021 and Saturday, 1 May 2021...
Strawberry Field creates exciting job training opportunities for people across
the City with:- 'Steps at Strawberry Field's
THE Steps to Work programme at Strawberry Field is
evolving to become 'Steps at...'
Car flips onto
roof after bus crash in Southport Town Centre
Photo by:- Michelle and
MERSEYSIDE Fire and Rescue Service attended a road
traffic collision involving a single decker bus and a car, next to the War
Southport BID has
appointed Luke Randles as its new Business Engagement Manager
LUKE started his role on Monday,
19 April 2021, and is looking forward to connecting with local businesses. His
initial tasks will include...
Does Southport's Bold Street
need to be 1 way?
SOUTHPORT Town Centre residents
are asking if a 1 way system should be put in to place on Bold Street, due to
many close calls on the section between Stanley Street and...
responded well to the exceptional circumstances of the Pandemic
OVERALL the Police service
responded well to the challenge of policing the Covid19 Pandemic, a report has
said:- "Based on an inspection of policing between March and November 2020, Her
Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS)
said that although there..."
householders losing up to ₤400 a year to leaky loos
LEAKING toilets could be hitting Merseyside
householders in the pocket and putting the region's precious environment under
needless strain, according to a new campaign by United Utilities. The claim
follows research which reveals that whilst 59% of people in Merseyside were
confident they could tell that their loo was leaking, when...