KNOWSLEY ARK: Bringing history alive

Photographs can provide us with a powerful record of life from Victorian times to the present... Read more »

Students celebrate ‘Women Who Wander’

Year 8 students from Kirkby High School were celebrating after winning a writing competition entitled ‘Women Who Wander’... Read more »

New artwork for Huyton Station

Huyton’s enviable location on the Liverpool to Manchester rail line has long since been celebrated not only for its fascinating... Read more »

Local author launches new book at school

Local children’s author, Audrey Wilson, was welcomed to Blacklow Brow Primary School in Huyton to launch her new book, Nanna... Read more »

Liverpool FC Academy plans move a step closer

Plans to improve community sports facilities and redevelop Liverpool Football Club’s Academy site in Kirkby have moved a step closer... Read more »

Making a difference to young people in Knowsley

A youth centre which has been at the heart of the community for more than 50 years is running a vital outreach project... Read more »

Construction forum to help Knowsley firms

Knowsley firms could reap the benefits of the borough’s development pipeline as a new Construction Forum is launched... Read more »

Drug driving offences reached record high

Driving offences involving drugs in Merseyside reached record figures during the December/Christmas period... 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.

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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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