Jess Corcoran This month with Jess Corcoran

Not just a new chapter, I’m rewriting the book

I’ve always loved new year and the feeling that comes with it.

It’s like creasing down the first page of a new notebook, with pages and pages of opportunity left to be written,... Read more »

In defence of New Years resolutions...

This month, I’m going to let you in on a little secret. I left writing my column rather late.

While I had planned to write my musing on the start of twenty sixteen over the festive period,... Read more »

The Bikini

The Bikini - a two piece swimming costume likely divide opinion amongst many.

Whether you’re off to Cornwall or Corfu, Devon or Dubai, Wales or Walt Disney you’re guaranteed to... Read more »

Your Flattering, Purse Friendly Summer Essentials

The problem with summer for me is how to dress in heat. I’m totally a layers girl and I hit my style peak in a multitude of fabrics, prints and patterns, not just a single garment.
I really... Read more »

Social media silence

This month is quite an unusual one, as you have caught me in the middle of a ‘social media silence’.  
In simple terms this means no Facebook, no twitter and no instagram till... Read more »

Live in the moment

Well June, we made it here quickly didn’t we? And I don’t know about you but I’m slightly in shock about how quickly this year is passing.  Halfway through two thousand and fourteen,... Read more »


Snap up a bargain this Christmas

Since December has already begun, I’m going to take a guess that your life right now is busy.
I’m also going to assume that this month, your mind is filled with endless lists and chores...... Read more »


Beauty in the natural world

Regardless of the activity, nature and the countryside has been always high on my list of things to avoid.
Trekking around country fields mingling with mud and sheep has never been my thing, ... Read more »

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  • Operational Command Centre is open for business
    Merseyside’s Police Commissioner and Chief Constable have taken delivery of Merseyside Police’s new Operational Command... Read more »
  • Police appeal for information after firearm discharge in Kirkby
    Detectives are appealing for witnesses following a shooting in Kirkby on Wednesday 7 February. ... Read more »
  • Ex-pupil donates minibus to school
    Staff and pupils from Our Lady and St Swithin’s School received a surprise when they were contacted by a man named Russell... Read more »
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EDUCATION

Another first for Our Lady’s Prescot

Children from Our Lady’s Catholic Primary Prescot have become the first school to visit the archaeological dig at the site for the new Shakespeare North Theatre in Prescot.

The children from Our Lady’s Catholic Primary Prescot... Read more »



WHAT'S ON

Adult Drama Group at Valley Theatre, Netherley

Fresh from their great success with "Babes in the Wood", the Valley Theatre adult drama group are back, starting a new season, which will finish in June with a performance for the Liverpool Fringe. 18 and over. all welcome. Friendly and supportive... Read more »

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HEALTHY KNOWSLEY with Matthew Ashton, Director of Public Health for Knowsley and Sefton

ACT FAST CAMPAIGN

Earlier this month, Public Health England relaunched the national ‘Act FAST’ stroke campaign, working closely with the Stroke Association.

Hopefully by now, you will have seen or heard about the campaign,... Read more »


Posted by
Matthew Ashton
on February 7th, 2018



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