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Rainford High community unites for Ukraine

Staff and students of Rainford High have come together to help Ukrainian families and children by holding a charity event called ‘Unite for Ukraine’. The...

ATG Access apprentice wins Apprentice of the Year Award

ATG Access’s mechanical engineering apprentice, Rebecca Roberts, has been named the Institute of Mechanical Engineering’s Merseyside and North Wales Regional Most Improved Apprentice 2021,...

A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Rainford High students!

24 students from Rainford High recently performed ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ at The Met theatre in Bury. Students from Years 8 and 9 were...

RLWC21 trophies add a shine as St Augustine’s celebrate completion of floodlit sports pitch

A sports pitch at a St Helens secondary school has been given a new lease of life after undergoing a £107,000 upgrade. For four years,...

Ways to Work employment and training centre opens in Earlestown

A vacant retail unit on Bridge Street in Earlestown has been transformed into a high-profile careers centre to support out of work residents through...

Stand With Ukraine St Helens Hub Opens In The Old Ena Shaw Building

Thanks to Stephen Palfrey from PalfreyGreer who has gifted use of the recently purchased old Ena shaws building at the bottom of north road...

St Helens holds the first UK Breakdancing coaches event

St Helens very own national award-winning UC Crew hosted the first UK Breaking Teacher and Coaches event at Peter Street Community Centre on Sunday...

Follow the yellow brick road to Rainford High

80 talented students from Rainford High will be taking to the stage as part of a double cast production of the Wizard of Oz...

Judy Murray and ITV’s Driving Force school tour inspires Rainford High students

Rainford High welcomed Judy Murray into school on Wednesday 19 January as she encouraged female students to follow careers in sport. Judy Murray is a...

Where to recycle your real Christmas tree

From Saturday 26th December until Sunday 9th January, residents will be able to drop off their real Christmas trees for recycling at locations across...

Christmas and New Year changes to recycling and waste collections

Recycling and waste crews will be hard at work over the festive period, but public holidays mean there will be some changes to the...

Free Saturday car parking over the Xmas period

In a bid to encourage residents to support the local economy over the Christmas period, free Saturday parking will be introduced on all council-run...

Inspirational St Helens schools recognised at the Educate Awards

Four schools from the Borough were honoured at the Educate Awards on Friday 19th November. Hope Academy won the Outstanding Commitment to Sport &...

Create a reverse advent calendar for those in need

December will soon be here and in homes across the Borough, cardboard doors will be opened in the traditional countdown to Christmas. But others...

Clock Face Miners ARLFC Receive £8,250 Towards Clubhouse Development

Clock Face Miners is set to receive £8,250 towards a total project cost of £14,995 from the #CreatedBy RLWC2021 Capital Grants Programme. Delivered in...

St Helens Borough commemorates International Workers’ Memorial Day

Today on International Workers’ Memorial Day, St Helens Borough remembers those that have lost their lives at the workplace. Held annually on 28 April,...

St Helens Borough residents can now collect at-home Covid-19 testing kits

Today, the Community Collect Service is being rolled out to all residents in St Helens Borough who can now collect at-home Covid-19 testing kits...

Easter recycling and waste collections in St Helens Borough

Collection crews won’t be working on Good Friday, 2 April, but will carry out those collections on Saturday 3 April to catch up. The following...

Longer opening hours for recycling centres

Recycling Centres at Ravenhead on Burtonhead Road and Junction Lane, Newton-le-Willows will move to Summer opening hours (8am until 8pm) from Thursday 1st april....

Cherry tree plantings among activities to mark one-year anniversary of first Covid-19 lockdown

Cherry blossom trees are being planted in all 16 wards of the borough and St Helens and Newton-le-Willows cemeteries as part of local activities...