GP Surgery placed into special measures

England’s Chief Inspector of General Practice has rated Colby Medical Centre Ltd, based at The Bluebell Centre, in Huyton... Read more »

Knowsley BMX Club to host North Region Series

Knowsley BMX Club is hosting the second round of the 2018 North Region BMX Series on Sunday 15 April at Huyton... Read more »

Defence honour for Earl of Derby

The Rt Hon The Earl of Derby, has been honoured for his support to the Armed Forces Community. Lord Derby, who runs Knowsley... Read more »

A BOB Box for Archbishop Malcolm

Children from St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Huyton, have made a BOB (Bat or Bird) Box for Archbishop McMahon... Read more »

Council plans new future for historic estate

Liverpool City Council has announced it is to launch a new investment drive to transform Croxteth Hall and Country Park... Read more »

Easter GP access and pharmacy opening times announced

People registered with a GP in Knowsley will benefit from having health services open during the four days of the Easter... Read more »

FREE children’s activities in libraries over the Easter holidays

There’s lots going on for children in Knowsley’s libraries over the Easter holidays and all the activities are free!... Read more »

Operator appointed to run Market Place cafe in Prescot

Gaynor La Rocca and her husband Francesco have been granted the lease to run the new premises as part of the £500,000... Read more »

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  • 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 »
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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 »



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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.

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

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