Knowsley community project receives National Lottery funding

Charities and community groups across Merseyside were awarded almost £175,000 of National Lottery funding last month - providing a lifeline as they... Read more »

Police appeal for information following gathering in Knowsley

Merseyside Police are currently investigating following reports of an illegal rave in Knowsley that took place on 1 June 2020 and reported to have... Read more »

Reminder for communities to keep socially distanced

Merseyside Police are this weekend continuing to remind our local communities of the importance of social distancing to ensure their safety... Read more »

Council issues statement on re-opening Knowsley schools

Knowsley Council and our local trade unions are committed to working with schools, parents and carers to ensure that the reopening of schools to more... Read more »

Rainford High donates £2000 to worthy causes

Rainford High has been helping various local charities during this difficult time. Over the past month, the school has sent out over £2000 worth... Read more »

The impact of Covid-19 is greater in the Liverpool City Region

Steve Rotherham, leader of the Liverpool City Region has said that the impact of Covid-19 is greater in the Liverpool City Region than anywhere else.... Read more »

Merseytravel launch their ‘rethink’ travel campaign

Merseytravel has this week launched their ‘rethink’ campaign following the Government’s relaxation of some measures (such as people who can’t work... Read more »

Charity launches Service for Knowsley Residents

Charity launches Service for Knowsley Residents who have been Bereaved through Covid 19 as the figures in the region rise.... Read more »

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  • Helping Halewood – a lifeline to many
    For many years, Torrington Drive Community Association (TDCA) based in Halewood have been providing much needed support to their community... Read more »
  • Olly says it with sunflowers
    A Knowsley farmer, Olly Harrison has planted 35,000 sunflower seeds, across an acre of land to ultimately create 200ft high letters spelling ‘NHS’. ... Read more »
  • Rainford High welcomes back Year 10 students
    Year 10 students have made a welcome return to Rainford High as the school begins to slowly reopen to certain year groups, under the... Read more »
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Outstanding Alt Bridge

Alt Bridge School in Huyton are celebrating after receiving an outstanding specialist provision award for 11-19-year-olds. 

The school supports pupils with complex learning needs and autistic spectrum conditions.

Headteacher... Read more »



1st Whiston Scout Group, The George Howard Centre, Whiston L35 3SR. Our Scout leaders are Wes, Kathy and Shaun. The Scout Section is for young people usually aged between 10½ and 14 years. A young person can come in to the Troop at 10 and may... Read more »


Coronavirus update - Cllr Sean Donnelly, Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care

We are now almost three months into ‘the new normal’ due to Coronavirus. I’m sure you will agree, it’s had a huge impact (and restrictions) on our lives - what we do and how we do it. 

Being in lockdown has given... Read more »

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