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The River of
Light is back to illuminate Liverpool's waterfront this autumn!
AFTER the event's huge success in March which saw around 120,000 people
safely enjoy the River of Light Trail, demand has been high for this spectacular
outdoor art gallery to return to the City. From Friday, 22 October to Sunday, 7
November 2021, light installations with the theme Rhythm of the Light will take
over the City centre, with each artwork inspired by Liverpool's musical
heritage, the majority of which will have an accompanying soundtrack. Details of
the artists who will be part of the 17 night free trail will be unveiled next
month, but visitors can expect the usual awe inspiring pieces similar to the
3 teens from
Liverpool qualify for national driving competition, in a bid to be named
Britain’s Best Young Driver
3 teens from Liverpool have made the final
of a national driving competition; despite not being old enough to
hold a driving licence. Elliot...
Bill Esterson MP
thanks Police for efforts to address antisocial behaviour
BILL Esterson MP has asked
Merseyside Police to step up patrols to address antisocial behaviour hot spots.
Liverpool joins students to tell world leaders the:- 'eyes of the world are
watching' in mass climate stunts
Photographs by Siobhan
ON Tuesday, 14 September 2021,
students from Liverpool called on UK and world leaders to tackle the climate
appeals for anonymous information on those carrying weapons in the North West
WITH society returning to something closer to normal,
the charity Crimestoppers has launched an urgent appeal for information on those
Festival hosts Disco Bingo night to raise funds for Southport Flower Show
DISCO Bingo is returning to
Southport this October 2021! This very special 1 off event takes place as part
Cancer Charity runners to be part of the World's 1st 100,000 Person Marathon
THE Clatterbridge Cancer Charity recently invited
their supporters to raise cash for...
returns to Arley Hall next weekend
THE Great British Food Festival is back this year at
the stunning Arley Hall, near Warrington. Having missed 2020 due to the Pandemic
it is all set to open on this year, on Saturday, 25 September 2021...
new book of poetry and illustrations inspired by Southport's past
A local Author with a passion for Southport history
has published his new book. Michael Walshe has penned...
Experts urge motorists to carry out crucial autumn and winter checks
WITH autumn and winter weather
beckoning in the UK, motorists are being urged to carry out important checks
before hitting the road. The car leasing experts at:- LeaseElectricCar.Co.UK are
urging drivers to carry out regular safety checks to avoid danger on the roads
this autumn and winter. As the weather changes it can severely impact visibility
on the road as well as the condition of the road surfaces. Carrying out these
safety checks can not only keep drivers from harm on the road, but will also...
MP shows support for farmers and British food in Sefton Central
BILL Esterson MP has shown support for British food
and farming on Back British Farming Day, recognising the...
vigil to take place in Liverpool
A special event will take place in Liverpool this
month to remember those youngsters who have lost their lives through violence.
Liverpool Cathedral will host the vigil...
Edge Hill named
'Modern University Of The Year' and shortlisted for 'University of the
EDGE Hill University has been
named Modern University of the Year, and was shortlisted...
Judy and Liza
Musical Continues Its Spellbinding Tour This Autumn
A dazzling and
heart warming stage show charting the careers and relationship
between Hollywood mother and daughter Judy Garland...
welcomes students to Merseyside
MERSEY Care is marking the start
of Freshers' activities across Merseyside by putting together a package of
services designed to ensure new students to the Region have care at hand for
their physical and mental health needs. Starting University is an exciting time
for students, with many moving out of family homes and local areas for the 1st
time to begin this new...
10 most fashionable baby names in the UK
BELLA and Alexander are the most popular baby names
based on the fashion industry. Research conducted by online gaming experts
CasinoScores.Com analysed data from ONS and baby name websites The Bump and
Nameberry to establish which fashionable moniker is the most popular, with Bella
and Alex taking the top spots. Bella, after Supermodel and...
City Region investment plan...
THE Liverpool City Region
Combined Authority has announced plans to invest up to ₤45m to support the:-
"transformational regeneration" of large parts of North Liverpool and
South Sefton, by supporting work linked to the development of Everton FC's new
Stadium, at Bramley Moore Dock. Next week, local leaders will consider a grant
of up to...
1 in 8 spend ½ a
life at hone with parents
1 in 8 adult children who live
with their parents could spend ½ their life living with Mum and Dad. It's well
documented that more grown up children are now choosing to live at home with
their parents for longer. Now, new research from SpareRoom reveals just how much
longer that could be: almost ½ of their lives; if not more. 13% of those who
have always lived with their parents are aged 35 to...
gap remains low at 5.3%
THE tax gap for the 2019/20 tax
year has remained low at 5.3% statistics published by HM Revenue and Customs
(HMRC) have revealed. The annual Measuring Tax Gaps publication estimates the
difference between the total amount of tax expected to be paid and the total
amount of tax actually paid during the financial year. The majority of taxpayers
pay the tax that is owed. This year's estimated...
levelling up test 50% of young people leaving the coast
COASTAL communities are set to lose at least 49% of
their young people, with the majority of 18 to 24 year olds already planning on
moving away. Jobs were cited as the overwhelming reason with 70% saying they
would be more likely to stay if the right career opportunities were made
available. The poll, commissioned by Maritime...
Peter’s Primary School celebrates
NACE Challenge Award
accreditation The National Association for Able Children in
Education (NACE) has named Trinity St Peter’s Primary School the
461st School to be accredited with the NACE Challenge Award. The
award is given in recognition of School wide commitment to high
quality provision for more able learners, within the context...
the workspace linked to increased productivity, survey of 6,000 employees finds
LEADING office solution supplier,
Fellowes Brands, has announced the results of its survey of over 6,000 employees
across Europe, 1,000 of which are from the UK, revealing 91% of all European
employees and 89% of UK employees say satisfaction is important to them in their
to Winter Covid Plan
THE CBI Chief Policy Director,
Matthew Fell, has responded to the UK Government's Winter Covid Plan, saying:-
"For the Winter Plan A to be a success, the Government needs to learn the
lessons of the summer to ensure people are confident in living with virus. Key
to this will be boosting the confidence of workers to go to work; of customers
to go to shops; and of businesses to stay open. Business is clear..."
across the North West to celebrate Great Big Green Week
COMMUNITIES across the North West will be
coming together next week to show their support for Great Big Green
Week, a UK wide celebration of climate action. More than 4,500
events are happening up and down the country, giving people the
opportunity to stand up against the effects of climate change and
show their support for...
opportunity like no other - become an Independent Custody Visitor!
MERSEYSIDE'S Police Commissioner
is looking for compassionate, community spirited people to volunteer for her
Independent Custody Visiting scheme. Emily Spurrell is looking to recruit more
volunteers to make a contribution to policing by joining this important scheme
which sees members of the...