Stories from the past

Locals Dot Hawkes, from the Lathom History Society and Margaret Fairclough, a local ex-Bickerstaffe CE School teacher, visited the children... Read more »

Rainford High host Christmas fayre with autism-friendly session

Rainford High will be hosting its annual Christmas Fayre on Thursday 6 December which will include an autism-friendly half hour slot ... Read more »

Council predicting a balanced budget next year

At a recent Knowsley Council’s cabinet meeting, it was reported that the Council has identified funding to enable a balanced budget in 2019/20 ... Read more »

Hospice has a ball at strictly fundraiser

Supporters of Willowbrook Hospice had a Fab-u-lous time at hospice’s Strictly Glitter Ball, raising more than £10, 000. ... Read more »

School help to remember the heroes of WWI

Liverpool Football Club has commemorated LFC players involved in the First World War at a moving ceremony held at the Club’s Kirkby Academy... Read more »

Big Help launch new initiative

The Big Help Project has launched its latest initiative to tackle food inequality in Tower Hill, Kirkby and are currently taking applications for membership. ... Read more »

Knife Angel to come to Liverpool Cathedral

The Knife Angel, created by artist Alfie Bradley as a national monument against violence and aggression has arrived in Liverpool... Read more »

Appeal for information following attempted robbery in Huyton

Detectives have issued CCTV images of a man they believe could have information about an attempted robbery at a bank in Huyton... Read more »

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  • Huge celebration for Knowsley Business Awards
    In the biggest ceremony to date, 850 guests came together at this year’s Knowsley Business Awards, to celebrate the success... Read more »
  • Healthy Knowsley advisors promote Dry January
    Sign up is now open for Dry January 2019, the 31 day challenge to take a month off drinking alcohol in the New Year.... Read more »
  • Questions about cancer? We can help
    Free, cancer advice and support is coming to Knowsley on 12 December. Macmillan Cancer Support’s mobile service will be visiting the area... Read more »
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EDUCATION

Pupils design mural for Prescot Community Police and Fire Station

Pupils from a Knowsley primary school have been competing to create a new mural for Prescot Community Police and Fire Station.

Youngsters from St Mary and St Paul’s CE Primary School were invited to create a police-themed picture to... Read more »



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DIDDIKICKS

Award winning pre school football classes for 18mths-5yrs - (Halewood). Halewood Youth in Community Centre, Lichfield Road, Halewood, L26 1TT. Diddikicks is now in to its 5th year and the sessions and classes have grown from strength to strength. Our... Read more »

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

LOOK AFTER YOURSELF THIS FESTIVE SEASON

With the festivities approaching, it can be a time of very mixed emotions for people. Some relish this time of year, whilst others dread it due to a number of factors including financial pressures or... Read more »


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