Apprentices celebrate at UK’s largest graduation

Over four hundred apprentices from Merseyside, including many from Knowsley, took part in the UK’s largest formal graduation. ... Read more »

Domestic abuse campaign heats up

The Safer Knowsley Partnership is turning up the heat on its latest campaign which is aimed at both victims and offenders of domestic abuse.... Read more »

Quit smoking online or through your mobile phone

Innovative and award winning FREE digital services to help people quit smoking online or via their mobile phones are being launched in Knowsley ... Read more »

Sky Rides return to Knowsley

Knowsley Council has once again teamed up with British Cycling to run the Sky Rides programme which encourages residents to explore the borough ... Read more »

Consultation on Station Mergers

Merseyside Fire and Rescue Authority has started a major consultation exercise in Knowsley over proposed changes to fire and rescue cover ... Read more »

William Owen jailed for life

A Knowsley man has been jailed for life for beating to death his partner and disabled daughter in Merseyside.... Read more »

William Owen pleads guilty to murders

William Owen, 55 years, of Home Farm Road, Knowsley Village, has pleaded guilty to the murder of Sharon Hayter, and his 29-year-old daughter, Stephanie Owen.... Read more »

Shaun Hopkins sentenced for rape

Merseyside Police has welcomed the life sentence handed down to Shaun Hopkins at Liverpool Crown Court for two counts of rape.... Read more »

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  • Hospice cruise of memories on the Mersey
    Willowbrook Hospice is inviting local people to join them on a special remembrance sailing on the River Mersey... Read more »
  • The Polish in Prescot
    Polish immigrants and their reception by the local Catholic community are mentioned in some documents recently unearthed in the Archdiocese of Liverpool archives... Read more »
  • Rainford High showcases its support for Neurodiversity
    Rainford High is awash with colourful umbrellas as it celebrates neurodiversity and supports ADHD Foundation’s 2019 Umbrella Project... Read more »
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Stephen shortlisted for the TES Schools Awards 2019

Stephen Johnson from Northwood Primary School in Kirkby has been shortlisted for the School Business Manager of the year award at the Tes Schools Awards 2019.

The Tes Schools Awards, celebrates the extraordinary commitment, quality and innovation... Read more »


Festival Finale with Maghull Wind Orchestra & Danielle Louise Thomas

Sunday 30th June, 7.30pm (£6 - under 16s free if with an adult)

Prescot Parish Church, Church Street, Prescot. L34 1LA

Audiences loved them so much last year, we've asked this exceptional community ensemble... Read more »


HEALTHY KNOWSLEY with Councillor Sean Donnelly, Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care

June is a busy month with Men’s Health Week running from 10-16 June and Clean Air Day on 20 June.

Men’s Health Week is a great opportunity to think about simple steps you can do to improve your health and feel good.

It’s... Read more »

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