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fantastic turnout for the return of the Annual
Southport Scout St George's Day Parade 2022
nearest 24 April 2022, local Scout, Beaver and Cub
troupes gathered in mass for the 1st time since
before the Covid19 Pandemic, for the areas Annual
Scout St. George's Day Parade. For the 1st time,
representatives from Formby also took part in the
event, due to the Formby area groups now being
combined with Southport area, to form North Sefton
summit held to drive work to tackle Violence
Against Women and Girls
80 specialists from across Merseyside united for a
summit hosted by the Region's Police Commissioner to
drive forward the work to tackle Violence against
Women and Girls (VAWG). The,...
trust a WaterSafe professional with your water
UK plumbing register WaterSafe is urging
householders in Merseyside to always use an
approved contractor to work on their water supply
Liverpool. Drink Bordeaux - Programme announced
ahead of Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend
just a few
weeks, the most delicious weekend of the year
Teacher wins Hair Stylist of the Year Award
West Lancashire will be able to benefit from a
range of virtual reality equipment designed to
help local companies prepare for working in a
future low carbon economy. 2 state of the art...
new show to help support NHS workers this
delighted to announce that our new show:- "How
to Survive and Thrive in an Impossible World -
with a piano!"is under way! With
support from Arts Council England and Air Arts, we
are making a new show to help make a real
difference in the lives...
donates 8,152 meals to Merseyside's charities over
the Easter School holidays
local charities in Merseyside provide over 8,150
meals to people in need over the Easter School
holidays. The supermarket paired its stores up
with local charities, community groups and food
banks to donate surplus food...
carers in Wirral enjoy special book reading
has announced that it will begin to operate a 15
minute service across most of its network, from
Monday, 2 May 2022. During the COVID19 Pandemic
Rotary Club's plea for a new Santa Float
be just after Easter, but Christmas is already on
the minds of Formby Rotary Club. The Formby Carol
Wagon has been a huge part of the Village
celebrations at Christmas for as long as anyone can
remember, and raises lots for charity each year.
Sadly, this familiar part of our local Christmas
Tradition might be lost for ever if a new Santa
Float is not...
diners see a tasty future for tech in
would be happy for more technology to be used by
restaurants and bars if it meant they didn't have
to queue to be served, a survey has revealed. But
customers' attitude to a more technology driven
approach to dining and eating out differs markedly
across the UK with peak popularity in the south of
Saunders solo exhibition:-'RISE'
will have the opportunity to experience the
unique artwork of Crosby artist, Linzi Saunders
in her forthcoming solo exhibition at Southport
Contemporary Arts. There will be in excess of
forty mixed media,...
line up to champion girls' new cup
striking squad of influential Merseyside women
have teamed-up to support a brand-new football
tournament to give girls hope and aspiration for
the future. Everyone from champion boxer Tasha
Jonas to Everton player Danielle "Dan"Turner, are encouraging girls to take part
in She Inspires, where they can make the most of
their sporting abilities on the pitch, whilst
also completing recognised qualifications. The
competition is the creation of Merseyside's 1st
woman Chief Constable Serena Kennedy and
Merseyside Police and Crime...
calling on Liverpool students to support global
from a Liverpool
School are supporting the launch of a new
international coding platform. As part of
International Girls in ICT Day pupils at the
Academy of St Francis of Assisi will be linking up
virtually with girls in the Kakuma refugee camp in
Kenya who have been learning digital skills whilst
in the camp with the support of international
technology initiative iamtheCODE. The Council has
formed a partnership with:-'iamtheCODE'
to support the Council's aims to reduce the City's
digital divide and to...
Royal British Legion's Annual Awards Night
year, the Formby Royal British Legion Branch is
celebrating it's 100th Anniversary and are currently...
a 5th of people in the UK never walk for exercise
and ˝ never walk to work
of the UK population never walk for exercise or
leisure at all; and 46% of people never walk to or
for work, according to new research for National
Walking Month.A survey commissioned by Living
Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking, shows
that Glasgow is the top City in the UK for walking,
with the highest proportion of people (86%) saying
they sometimes walk purely for...
Southport causesurged to apply for CoOp
Local Community Fund
THE CoOp has opened
applications for its Local Community Fund and is
looking for local causes in Southport to apply. Over
the past 6 years CoOp has supported ₤398,162 local
causes in Southport and from 3 May, local groups
have the chance to apply for funding via:-
CoOp.Co.UK. The fund is continuing to support
local organisations that are involved in providing
access to food, helping to...
international poetry and short story competition -
with ₤1,000 worth of prizes to be won
A Day in the Life competition is being
launched by Liverpool Hope University in conjunction
with the Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF).
Entrants are being invited to submit either a poem,
short story or video clip which shines a light on an
aspect, either positive or negative, of their life
in the Liverpool City Region. It could be related to
FAB 4 Music Festival is returning to CT this summer
Great Bands - 1 Beatleful days at a new
location to be announced very soon. Look for more
details. For now, we just wanted to let you know so
you could save the date. Also, it's LAST CALL for
anyone who wants to travel with us and fellow fans
Scaffold Support Testicular Cancer Awareness Month
mark Testicular Cancer Awareness Month,
Northwest firm Teal Scaffold, is encouraging its
team, wider colleagues, and customers to perform
self-examinations. Teal Scaffold are backing the
national campaign to...
healthcare help in Sefton this May Bank Holiday
residents in Sefton make plans for the May
Bank Holiday, NHS leaders are sharing advice for
getting healthcare help should you become unwell.
Services like pharmacies, walk in centres and GP
to Editor:- "West Cheshire Foodbank... This
is not right..!"
you so much for all your support so far this
year; we are really grateful for everything
you continue to do so we can ensure help is
here for anyone in West Cheshire struggling to
afford the essentials..."
Expert Reveals Red Flags to Look Out For when
Buying 2nd Hand
all love a good bargain, and often these can
be found through 2nd hand items and purchased both
online and in person. While these items are often
fine, some may face problems when buying them,
particularly if they...
million annual Tax Credits packs to be issued
2.1 million Tax Credits customers will begin to
receive their annual renewal packs this week from HM
Revenue and Customs (HMRC). The packs will be sent
between 25 April and 27 May 2022, and customers have
until 31 July to...
urged to park properly at tourist destinations
local Authorities across the UK are ready to
offer a warm welcome to visitors, warnings have been
made about a repeat of scenes from previous years
that saw a minority of motorists parking
irresponsibly, causing chaos and frustration for...
to prove it's never too late for University
leading careers advice programme will visit West
Lancs College this summer to encourage more adults
to think about starting University as a mature
student. Future U, which
works across Lancashire to encourage more people to
consider higher education, is hosting a range of...
join calls for alternatives to Port of Liverpool
unions have unanimously passed a motion at the
TUC's North West conference calling on the Executive
to support efforts to progress non-road alternatives
to port access. The motion was put forward by
Prospect; a union with over...
Letter to Editor:- "Sefton North District -
this volunterring oppertunity... Are you looking
for a fresh challenge? Or a new adventure? We
are growing our Explorer Scout Section and are
looking for adult volunteers to support a number
City of Liverpool College appoints Director of
Social and Cultural curriculum
City of Liverpool College (COLC) has
introduced a brand-new role that will play a pivotal
part in the development of the organisation's
equality and diversity curriculum, underlining the
Time Parents Project set to launch
across Liverpool are invited to sign up to a
new series of advice and development workshops.
Liverpool City Council's parenting team launches its
Prime Time Parents Project next month which sees a
programme of 22 free, evening workshops that are set
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