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Venues Welcome In 2022
UNLIKE normal, we opted to only cover 4 venues, to
minimise our risk of exposure to Covid19, on New Years Eve, to see them brining
in 2022. Like many for others heading out, Covid19 dominated the start of
2022, but that did not stop some people from heading out. Numbers definitely
where significantly down and people stayed out for a far shorter periods of
time, with many choosing to only head out at around 11pm for a quick
celebration. We are sorry not to have been able to attended all the venues who
had requested us and hope when 2023 comes in, things will have changed for the...
New Local Plan
set to be adopted after being judged:- 'sound'
Local Plan, setting out how the City will meet the challenges of a
growing population, regenerating neighbourhoods...
THE start of a new year is always interesting to hear
peoples predictions on what will happen as we look into the future. As 2021 was
dominated by Covid19, with only a few events at the very end of the year, on
leads the countdown to The Good Business Festival 2022!
FAMILY values took centre stage
as The Good Business Festival hosted its 1st countdown event earlier this...
Chapel Street in
Southport Town Centre is sparkling once more!
SOUTHPORT BID has completed the project to light up
the trees along the busy shopping street. The BID...
people use masks?
THE use of disposable masks is
creating huge environmental issues, and the availability of multi use face
coverings is low, so you might think that these issues might be used to say why
young people are not expected to use marks, yet...
Contemporary Arts:- 'For the Love of Painting'
A retrospective exhibition to showcase a much missed
colleague will be taking place at the end of January to celebrate the artistic
Aldi calls on
suppliers in Merseyside to get in touch
ALDI has announced plans to recruit over 100
additional British suppliers in 2022, in a bid to accelerate its commitment to
increase its spend with British suppliers by ₤3.5bn a year by the end of...
retailers over illegal e-cigarettes and vaping devices
TRADING Standards in Liverpool have discovered a large
number of retailers...
customers free wonky Carrots for Rudolph!
MORRISONS has giving away 10,000 wonky British carrots
to customers who want to leave out refreshments for Father Christmas and his
The CLA responds
to Natural Capital report published by the Green Alliance
THE Country Land and Business
Association (CLA) which represents 28,000 farmers, land managers and rural
businesses across England and Wales, responds to the Green Alliance's report
Natural Capital - the battle for control, that was published on 5 January
2022. The report...
health funding awarded
A total of 19 projects to improve
mental health and wellbeing during the ongoing Pandemic are being funded by
Liverpool City Council's public health team. Public Health Liverpool has
earmarked ₤500k for the community mental health grant programme, with money
given to local voluntary, community and faith...
MP describes lifetime achievement award for Doctor friend struck down by Covid
as:- "richly deserved"
BILL Esterson MP has described a
lifetime achievement award for his friend, NHS consultant Sanjeev Sharma, as:-
"richly deserved." Mr Sharma, from Formby, who recently
retired after suffering a debilitating stroke after...
insurance regulations mean fairer home and motor insurance renewals
SINCE 1 January 2021 insurers
have been banned from quoting customers a higher price for renewing their home
or motor insurance than they would pay if they were a new customer. The new
rules brought in by the FCA are expected to save consumers ₤4.2bn over the next
Lobbying win -
CLA welcomes legislation to crack down on hare coursing
THE Country Land and Business
Association (CLA), has welcomed Government plans to strengthen the powers and
penalties available to tackle illegal hare coursing. These changes come on the
back of tireless lobbying by the CLA and other rural organisations. The
Government is set to introduce tougher sentencing and improved...
Assessments filed on Christmas Day
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has revealed that 2,828
customers filed their Self Assessment Tax Return on Christmas Day, compared to
2,700 in 2020. For thousands of customers, filing their Tax Return on 25
December has become part of their Christmas tradition, with 227 choosing to
complete their Self Assessment between 12:00 and 12:59. In total, more than
31,000 customers submitted...