Metro Mayor in groundbreaking project

Steve Rotheram – Metro Mayor for the Liverpool City region visited Woodlands Hospice recently to ‘cut the first sod’ of a new Children’s and Young People’s Pavilion... Read more »

Knowsley Council commits to ethical care

Knowsley Council is pledging its support to introduce UNISON's ethical care charter which will ensure adequate staffing levels... Read more »

Knowsley Shakespeare Schools Festival

Shakespeare Schools Foundation (SSF) are to present the world’s largest youth drama festival at Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park in Huyton... Read more »

Protect yourself and your family from flu

Have you had your flu jab? If you have a long term health condition, now is the time to have your free vaccination.... Read more »

Bid to end Knowsley period poverty

Knowsley-based registered charity the Big Help Project (Knowsley Foodbank) is working to eradicate period poverty in Knowsley... Read more »

Trainees help repair facilities at centre

Trainees from Everton in the Community rolled up their sleeves to repair facilities at the Rhys Jones Community Centre in Croxteth Park.... Read more »

£75,000 awarded to Kirkby good causes

A total of £75,000 has been awarded to good causes in and around Kirkby following the launch of the Kirkby Neighbourhood Community Fund... Read more »

Project aims to end ‘period poverty’ in schools

A Prescot couple are on a mission to end period poverty in local schools. Clare and Karl Duvall have set up a local branch of the Red Box Project... 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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