Knowsley launches its Year of the Environment

Schoolchildren and community groups will be pledging to ‘go green’ to help the environment as Knowsley officially launched its 2019 Year of the Environment... Read more »

Outrage over nomination for Bulger film

controversial film about the boys who killed two-year-old Kirkby boy, James Bulger in Bootle in 1993 has caused uproar after it had been nominated for an Oscar... Read more »

Exhibition is helping to improve local community

Residents in Stockbridge Village have been working on an important project to understand how social isolation can be tackled in their community... Read more »

Huyton Village Centre – your views

Knowsley Council recently asked for the view of people who visit, live or work in Huyton Village to share their views on how they would like the village centre... Read more »

£12m paves way for Halsnead Garden Village

£12m funding from the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority will pave the way for the Halsnead Garden Village development, which could create... Read more »

Knife wands being used in Knowsley

Knife wands are to be introduced throughout the borough of Knowsley as part Merseyside’s campaign to tackle knife crime... Read more »

Future of Prescot Cables Football Club secured

An agreement has been signed by Knowsley Council to secure the future of Prescot Cables Football Club. The council has completed the freehold... Read more »

Recycle your Christmas Tree with Willowbrook Hospice

After a hugely successful Christmas tree collection in 2018, the Willowbrook Hospice Christmas Tree Recycling Scheme is back for January 2019... Read more »

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  • Your chance to win show tickets this Easter
    You and your family can join in the fun with a chance to win a family ticket to see both shows... Read more »
  • Schools championing mental health sought for new award
    The prestigious Educate Awards are returning for 2019 with a new category for mental health and wellbeing... Read more »
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    The Archive closes its doors to the public in January for the annual stock take. As well as being good archival practice, this enables us to focus on... 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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