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Libraries Week 2019

St Helens Council’s award-winning library service has announced an exciting programme of events to showcase all the creative, innovative and diverse activities on offer...

Latest news from St Helens Striders Running Club

Safari Success for Striders' Ladies It was the final leg of the year-long 10 race Merseyside Grand Prix series on Sunday at the Safari 10...

Grants available to support community cohesion projects in St Helens

Local community groups and charitable organisations that could promote social cohesion and inclusivity in the borough are being invited to apply for grant funding...

Hemsec team strengthens on the customer front

Leading insulated panel manufacturer Hemsec continues to strengthen its team, as it attracts further interest from a global construction industry seeking new solutions. Jo Cunningham,...

Six schools and colleges make the Educate Awards 2019 shortlist

Six schools and colleges from the Borough as well as an inspirational teacher have been shortlisted for this year’s Educate Awards. The awards recognises the...

Acclaimed thriller novelist to host library talk

Acclaimed thriller novelist Paula Daly will host an evening of suspense and intrigue at Chester Lane Library later this month. Paula Daly is the acclaimed...

Suicide prevention volunteer from Rainhill wins award

Suicide prevention charity champion, Carl Wales from Rainhill, Merseyside, has been named Volunteer of the Year in the North West Charity Awards 2019. Since the...

A musical soundscape for Sherdley Park on Bonfire Night

An arts project designed to inspire local communities to rediscover their local neighbourhoods and spend time stargazing is being launched across Liverpool City Region. Constellations...

Rainford High goes green!

Students and staff at Rainford High celebrated all things to do with the environment last week. Keen to raise awareness and do its bit for...

Motorists advised of A570 Rainford bypass and A580 East Lancs Road lane closures

Lane closures will be in place on the A580 East Lancs Road and A570 Rainford bypass next month for remedial works. Starting from Monday 7...

£75m Business Growth Package for Liverpool City Region launched

Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, has announced plans for the biggest package of support for local businesses in more than...

Ranger service events – October 2019

St.Helens Ranger Service events during October 2019 Wednesday 2nd October Health Walk from Mesnes Park, 4 miles long, 1.30pm start. Meet at Mesnes Park Visitor...

Businesses backing young people in St Helens

Businesses are putting their support behind inspiring the future leaders of industry in the Future Generations programme. The programme puts Invest St Helens Ambassadors at...

Vacant property brought back into use by St Helens Council

A total of 982 vacant problematic properties across the borough have been demolished or brought back into use thanks to action taken by St...

Local actor to bring absurdist play to St Helens library stage

A local actor is bringing a passion project theatre performance of Waiting for Godot to the St Helens Library stage after encouragement from the...

Spend a fiver and help your local shops as part of Totally Locally campaign

Fiver Fest celebrates local businesses, often run by families or individuals, making a real contribution to our local economy town. Spending your hard-earned money in...

Rainford High’s PE Department awarded Quality Mark

The PE Department at Rainford High is celebrating after being given a Quality Mark with Distinction by the Association for Physical Education (afPE) for...

Award win for Tech firm which lists Disney amongst its clients

IDT Support Solutions Ltd, based in Newton-Le-Willows, provide tech software and hardware for companies such as Disney and received an Investors in People  award...

Motorists advised of A58 and A580 lane and road closures

Motorists who use the A58 Stanley Bank Way/Liverpool Road and A580 East Lancs Road are advised that a number of lane and overnight road...

Community heroes praised for collecting more than 300 bags of rubbish

An army of litter pickers have come in for high praise for helping to improve the cleanliness of the borough’s streets over the summer. As...