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FROM PEN TO PAPER - FREE CREATIVE WRITING COURSES FOR ADULTS (AGES 16+)

Prescot Museum, The Prescot Centre, Aspinall St, Prescot L34 5GA. Friends of Kirkby Gallery & Prescot Museum have created a new scheme funded by the Knowsley Better Together fund.  It is targeted at individuals on low incomes who have not participated in a creative project before. At Prescot Museum from 9.30-11.30am and Kirkby Gallery from 1.00-3.00pm. Courses are free but Booking is essential. To book on one of the courses please contact:  Tina Ball 0151 443 5617 or tina.ball@Knowsley.gov.uk

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Knowsley Community College launches new dental course

Knowsley Community College has launched an exciting new Dental Nursing course in response to the growing demand of industry professionals.

The level 3 Advanced Diploma in Dental Nursing will help students take their first steps towards a... Read more »



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STREETWISE KOREAN MARTIAL ART - MASTER D. JONES (AGES 4+)

Kirkby Leisure Centre, Cherryfield Drive, Kirkby, L32 8SA. Korean martial art for self defence and Olympic sport. Ages 4+ Master grade instruction - 5th Dan Master Grade. Registered B.T.C.B. Recognised by International Olympic Committee (I.O.C) Contact:... Read more »

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HEALTHY KNOWSLEY

Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health awareness week runs from 14 to 20 May.  This year’s theme is stress and with the busy lives people now lead, it’s not surprising that approximately 16 million people... Read more »


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Matthew Ashton, Director of Public Health for Knowsley and Sefton
on May 11th, 2018



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