College launches end of year hair and beauty spectacular

The hair and beauty students from Knowsley Community College put their imagination to the test, as they teamed up... Read more »

Funding boost for Prescot

The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has approved a package of circa £14million from its Single Investment Fund ... Read more »

Successful Foodie Friday event comes to Huyton Village

The team behind the award-winning Foodie Friday in Stockport has announced plans to expand their operations to Huyton Village... Read more »

A weekend of feelgood flower power for Knowsley this August

The Knowsley Flower Show, the largest free horticultural show in the North West, will return to Court Hey Park in Huyton... Read more »

Prescot makes the front pages of the New York Times

It’s not often Prescot makes the front page of the New York Times (NYT), but does Prescot warrant being used as a symbol for... Read more »

Stephen Graham joins council to back knife campaign

Knowsley Council is supporting the #nomoreknives campaign, which is helping to raise awareness of the consequences of... Read more »

Prescot restaurant smashes £50k Crowdfunding campaign

Chef Entrepreneur, Gary Usher, launched an ambitious crowdfunding campaign to raise £50k in 24 hours for a fifth restaurant... Read more »

Darren’s ‘wheelie’ big challenge

Knowsley’s very own ‘iron man’ has completed an awesome 19 stone ‘tyre flip challenge’ in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust... Read more »

First << 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 110 111 >> Last 
  • Avoid driving penalty heartache this World Cup
    As the World Cup approaches, Liverpool Football Club’s Academy has teamed up with Knowsley Council’s Road Safety team... Read more »
  • Art exhibition depicts what ‘dying matters’ means
    The Community Integrated Advance Care Planning Service, invited care homes from across Knowsley, Halton and St Helens... Read more »
  • Pupils show support for their teacher
    The children of Bickerstaffe CE School were keen to help their teacher Alison Aitken raise funds for the ‘We Love Manchester’... Read more »
- Share this page


Pupils shine at STEM challenge

A group of Year 8 pupils from Kirkby High School recently took part in the Merseyside STEM challenge day at Liverpool John Moores University.

The STEM project work on lots of different projects to bring exciting Science, Technology, Engineering... Read more »



... Read more »




It provides an opportunity to raise awareness of the important issue of air pollution, as well as the steps you can take to improve air quality both in your local area as well as your home.

We... Read more »

Posted by
Matthew Ashton, Director of Public Health for Knowsley and Sefton
on June 6th, 2018

More features

This Weather Widget is provided by the Met Office