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Annual creative arts exhibition transformed into online experience

Final year BA (Hons) students at University Centre St Helens, with the support of their lecturers, have recently transformed their end-of-year creative arts exhibition,...

St Helens Borough leisure centres to open in phased return

St Helens Borough Council leisure facilities will reopen to the public from Monday 27th July as part of a phased return, with a number...

Employment and skills programme supports St Helens Borough residents into work

A successful employment and skills programme which looks to secure job and training opportunities for some of the hardest to reach groups of adults...

Charities and businesses benefit from PPE donation

Charities supporting communities across St Helens Borough have benefitted from a new donation of PPE. The donation from St Helens Borough Council comes as it...

Masons help Willowbrook Hospice Sunflower Café

Willowbrook Hospice in St Helens has thanked the West Lancashire Freemasons’ Charity for a donation of £800 that they used to reopen their Sunflower...

Motorists advised of overnight road closures

Motorists are advised that A58 Liverpool Road will be closed at it's junction with A580 East Lancashire Road from 6am Saturday 11th July until...

Beauty salons set to reopen for some services next week under new government guidelines

Businesses including beauty salons, nail bars and tattoo studios can reopen safely from Monday 13th July. Beauty salons, nail bars, tattoo and massage studios, physical...

Government announces gyms and pools to reopen

Outdoor pools can reopen to the public from Saturday 11th July followed by indoor gyms, pools and leisure centres on Saturday 25th July. The Government...

Virtual Pride event to take place through social media this weekend

Public events may be cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic – but as a no place for hate borough, the show must go...

St Helens carers’ centre receives £7,750 donation from Freemasons

The funding will be used to provide young carers from St Helens Young Carers’ Centre with access to remote respite activities. As lockdown proceedings begin...

Inside the St Helens Community hub

In early March, it was business as usual for St Helens Borough leisure centres as they welcomed residents though their doors for their daily...

Cremation ceremony webcasting service made permanent

A webcasting service at St Helens Crematorium is to be made a permanent arrangement after a successful trial. With funeral attendance numbers restricted under government...

Portrait of St Helens Borough to be created as part of exciting new arts...

Local schools and communities will be invited to help create a portrait of St Helens Borough as part of an exciting digital arts project. Funded...

Survey Highlights True Extent Of Lockdown Impact On St Helens Businesses

The latest Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) conducted by St Helens Chamber shows the first statistical picture of the pressures of COVID-19 on businesses across...

St Helens Chamber appoints new Chief Executive

St Helens Chamber is delighted to announce that Tracy Mawson has been appointed as their new Chief Executive. Tracy will officially take up the post...

Online Covid-19 Book of Condolence launched by St Helens Crematorium

Residents will have the opportunity to join together to celebrate the lives of those they’ve lost during the Covid-19 pandemic, as an online Book...

Funding available for D/deaf or disabled artists and companies to carry out digital project

D/deaf or disabled artists and companies are being invited to apply for £2,500 worth of funding to create a new digital project around the...

The BBC One Show and Shakespeare North stage new writing competition

Children and young people are being given the chance to see their work staged at the new Shakespeare North Playhouse in a competition backed...

Form your Silly Squad for this year’s Summer Reading Challenge

St Helens Library Service is once again calling on young bookworms across the borough to take part in the UK’s biggest reading for pleasure...

Rainford High welcomes back Year 10 students

Year 10 students have made a welcome return to Rainford High as the school begins to slowly reopen to certain year groups, under the...