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City Region 2020 contestants take part in a social distancing
of the Miss Liverpool City Region 2020
contestants helped out with a socially distanced beach clean, on the Merseyside
Coastline. The girls split into 2 groups to help the local volunteers from the
Hightown Beach Clean Group, to pick up litter along the Hightown Beach.
All the girls taking part did a fantastic effort, picking up lots of items that
would harm the environment. Taking part in the event were...
Beach Clean Up with Team Pura
A new eco-friendly baby care
brand, based in Cheshire, headed to New Brighton Beach, on Friday, 31
July 2020, on a mission to rid the beach of existing litter. Pura, is a
family run start up that aims to make eco-friendly parenting easy and
A massive Sunflower Maze has
been dedicated to the NHS
Photos by Paul Frost
A Merseyside farmer, Olly Harrison, decided to grow
his thank you to the NHS by planting thousands of sunflowers at his...
Secretary Priti Patel has thanked Firefighters for tireless
efforts during the Coronavirus pandemic
Secretary Priti Patel paid tribute to the work of
firefighters throughout the Coronavirus pandemic as she visited...
chairman Simon Booth and his family take on a 1,000km challenge
as part of the Great North Run Solo
FOR Charity Chairman and
retired Supermarket Director Simon...
going on a Bear Hunt!
"SHHH!" There are lots of
bears coming to Liverpool and Liverpool City Council is looking for
places to hide them! As part of the City's Year of Reading, Liverpool
boost for Liverpool City Region's socially trading organisations
METRO Mayor Steve Rotheram has
announced ₤5.5m for Liverpool City Region's socially trading
organisations, following approval
"Don't be a
litter lout" - Councils issue warning about rise in park rubbish
not being thrown away
"DON'T be a litter lout"
and dispose of rubbish safely and responsibly is the message from
District Councils to park goers, with green spaces and beauty spots
expected to see a surge in visitors as the country basks in a mini heat
wave this weekend. During the Coronavirus pandemic, Councils have
stepped up efforts
industries can play a key role in the Covid-19 Recovery
COUNCIL'S across the country
are backing the creative industries to help drive economic recovery in
local areas, the Local Government Association and Creative Industries
Federation has been set out. he LGA, which represents Councils in
England and Wales, has published a guide to help Councils to support
their local creative industries recover from the Coronavirus pandemic
and to boost the creative economy
announces ₤1m Boost for innovative local businesses
THE Liverpool City Region's Metro Mayor
Steve Rotheram has awarded the first ₤1m of funding from the Future Innovation
Fund to 14 local SMEs who have shown an ability to innovate and adapt in the
face of the Coronavirus. Among those awarded funding are a company that
has developed a mobile robotic scientist, a fin tech company developing a carbon
offsetting product and a company that will help other businesses...
makes key recommendations for regulation of development schemes
A scrutiny panel for Liverpool City Council has outlined a national blueprint to strengthen regulations for
development schemes with a bid for a good practice pilot to be launched
in the City. The panel, led by Councillor Jane Corbett, was established
to look at how the City Council could also improve the public's
understanding of developments and how they take place, following a
to the Children's Commissioners Briefing
RESPONDING to a new briefing by
the Children's Commissioner setting out the key actions needed to ensure
children are at the heart of planning for any future Coronavirus
Lockdowns, Cllr Teresa Heritage, Vice Chairman of the Local Government
Association's Children and Young People Board, said:- "We know
that many children will have been out of School for up to 6 months,
which will have an..."
launches campaign to bring Liverpool Hospital Cleaners, Caterers
and Security Guards back in house
THE UK's largest trade union
launched a campaign to bring all Hospital workers within Liverpool
University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Liverpool Women's NHS
Foundation Trust back in-house. Currently, hundreds of Hospital
Cleaners, Caterers and Security Guards working at- Aintree University...
offers support for apprentices made redundant during the
STEVE Rotheram, Mayor of the
Liverpool City Region; himself a former apprentice bricklayer; has
launched a new scheme to help local apprentices made redundant, or at
risk, because of Coronavirus find new employment or training
opportunities. Delivered through Be More, the Combined Authority's
apprenticeship portal, the initiative will help support redundant
apprentices to find a new...