Tom Slemen Haunted Merseyside with Tom Slemen

Two Vampire Tales

On the Sunday evening of 10 May 1959, temperatures across the North West suddenly rose to 70 degrees, and a rare phenomenon known as ‘vapour lock’ took place; petrol in the fuel delivery... Read more »

NOEL AND LEON

I’ve had to change a few names in the following story for legal reasons but beyond that, the account is exactly as it was related to me. 

In 1970, a 50-year-old Huyton bachelor... Read more »

UFOs over Knowsley

The unidentified flying object - better known by its abbreviation: UFO – exists, simply because any light in the sky or unfamiliar object that cannot be explained is technically a UFO, but what most... Read more »

The Roby Thing

In May 1951 a gang of four children - Tony, aged 8, Jill, aged 7, and Alan and George, both aged 10 - went to play in one of the old deserted barns on Roby’s Carr Lane. 

George’s... Read more »

For the love of George

Timeslips are one of the most fascinating incidents in the sphere of the paranormal, but what exactly are they? If you see the ghost of a top-hatted Victorian gentleman, that is a haunting, but if the... Read more »

THE JUBILEE PARK TIMESLIP

On the sunny morning of Saturday 1 March 1975, 13-year-old Tony Drake had his usual weekend breakfast of eggs, bacon, black pudding and two rounds of Mother’s Pride bread fried in lard, and afterwards... Read more »

Whiston's Pink Valentine's ghost

On the chilly Monday night of 13 February 2006 a 30-year-old Hackney driver named Lewis Missenden was flagged down in his vehicle on Berry Street by a young lady who was dressed in what looked like... Read more »

Guardian angel grandfather

In November 1970, a 21-year-old Huyton man named Rob Oxley went to his local betting shop and put his birthday money on a horse. The horse won and netted the young man enough cash to buy a second-hand... Read more »

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    Merseyside Police and the Police Commissioner’s office have united with partners to carry out a day of action against hate crime in Knowsley... Read more »
  • Woodlands Hospice catering team is rated 5-star once again!
    Woodlands Hospice were delighted to retain their 5-star rating following a recent inspection from the Food and Hygiene Standards Agency... Read more »
  • Talent wanted for Knowsley’s Shine 2019 showcase
    Calling all performers, singers, actors, dancers, musicians, poets, magicians... in fact anyone with a talent to share! Applications are now open for you to... Read more »
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EDUCATION

Students experience life at Oxford

Thirty students from Winstanley College took a residential trip to Oxford earlier this month to attend the Oxford University Open Day.

The visit included a detailed look into what life at the historic university is like as well as the chance... Read more »



WHAT'S ON

PEDAL AWAY EVENING CYCLE RIDE @ COURT HEY PARK

Court Hey Park, Roby Road, Knowsley, Liverpool L16 3NA Evening rides for all adults plus families with children aged over 8 years capable of a steady pace across 9 miles of off road cycle path along the Liverpool Loop Line. Just turn up. Adult bikes... Read more »

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HEALTHY KNOWSLEY - Cllr Sean Donnelly, Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care

I’m delighted to share with you that our Shared Lives and Supported Living service has received an ‘Outstanding’ rating following an inspection earlier this year from the care quality watchdog, The Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Knowsley’s... Read more »


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