Families walk in the name of men’s health

Over 800 people recently flocked to take part in the first ever March for Men fundraising event in Liverpool. Taking place... Read more »

Ricky Tomlinson is spell bound by ‘The Alt Family’

Alt Bridge School were delighted to welcome the fantastic Ricky Tomlinson to their school this week. The Drama club... Read more »

The Cycling Scouser is off on a new adventure

The Cycling Scouser is back on his bike and this time, he’s looking to crack America to raise money for children’s cancer... Read more »

The Royal British Legion is calling on you to say ‘Thank You’

To mark the final year of the World War One centenary, The Royal British Legion has launched a movement to say ‘Thank You’... Read more »

Cancer Awareness team visit Kirkby

Cancer Research UK (CRUK) will visit Knowsley next week encouraging residents to make positive health changes to help reduce... Read more »

Heatwave weather warning

With temperatures continuing to rise in the coming days, make sure you keep yourself, and those around you, safe and well in the sun... Read more »

Council drops plans over parks sell-off

Councillor Graham Morgan, Leader of Knowsley Council, has confirmed that he intends to drop the proposals to sell 10% of... Read more »

Review - Treasure Island

What was described as MATE Productions most ambitious production as yet proved to be a truly inspiring and fun show... Read more »

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  • 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 »
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EDUCATION

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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RUNNING SESSIONS (AGES 16 - ADULT) - HALEWOOD

Halewood Environment Centre, Okell Drive, Halewood, L26 7XB. Road running sessions delivered by Knowsley Harriers Athletics Club for both beginners and more experienced runners. Ages 16+. Free. See www.knowsleyharriers.com/... Read more »

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

Welcome to my first column as the author of Healthy Knowsley. I’ve been the Knowsley Council cabinet member for health and social care for five months now, leading on the transformation of our Adult Social Care services. This includes investing... Read more »


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