Region sees increase of 120% referrals to foodbanks

In a national review of Child Poverty undertaken by the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG), a leading charity campaigning for the abolition of child poverty, the cost of child poverty to Liverpool City region was revealed to be 968 million. ... Read more »


Help for first time buyers

Knowsley Council and Lloyds TSB will today join forces to help first-time buyers purchase a home with a deposit of just 5%. ... Read more »


Knowsley schools to get life saving defibrillators

Knowsley Council is to provide every school in the borough with a life-saving defibrillator. The council is investing 70,000 in equipment and training for all Primary... Read more »


Gee Walker to lead Walk of Remembrance

Gee Walker will lead a Walk of Remembrance through Liverpool city centre as part of Slavery Remembrance Day commemorations... Read more »


Knowsley Flower Show success

Over 22,000 people enjoyed an action packed day of fun at the 15th annual Knowsley Flower Show in Huyton on Sunday. ... Read more »


Knowsley Flower Show 2013

The ever popular Knowsley Flower Show is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. Its on Sunday August 4 in Court Hey Park in Huyton.... Read more »


Police appeal over distraction burglary

A Bury man is wanted by detectives in Merseyside who are investigating a distraction burglary in which an 82-year-old had his pension stolen.... Read more »


Three charged over firearms warrant

Three men have been charged with firearm and drug offences following their arrest yesterday morning in Stockbridge Village, Knowsley. ... Read more »

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EDUCATION

Vast improvements made at Kirkby High School

Kirkby High School is ‘barely recognisable’ compared to how it was two years ago, according to Ofsted Inspectors.

Their latest inspection at the school judged three criteria as ‘Good’ – effectiveness of leadership... Read more »



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COMIC YOUTH CENTRE 63 SENIOR WORKSHOPS (AGES 13-18)

Centre 63, Old Hall Lane, Kirkby, Liverpool L32 5TH. We deliver a Juniors workshop for children aged 8-12 from 4.30 - 6.30pm, and a Seniors workshop for young people aged 13 - 18 from 6.45pm - 8.30pm. Comics Youth workshops are free and all materials... Read more »

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

TIME FOR REFLECTION

The start of a new year is a great time for us to reflect on our health and wellbeing and identify one or two goals we want to achieve that can have a positive impact on us - for example getting active or drinking less... Read more »


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