Your chance to be part of Shine!

Do you have a talent – for singing, dancing, acting, play an instrument, comedy, poetry… or something different? If so, Knowsley needs you!... Read more »

Bowring Park approve restoration project contractor

Councillors approved the appointment of a Principal Contractor – Idverde UK Ltd – to deliver the Bowring Park Restoration Project following a recent procurement exercise. ... Read more »

Incredible edible

Knowsley Community Hub has celebrated the launch of the borough’s Incredible Edible community growing project in Huyton.... Read more »

Knowsley author appeals for amateur football memorabilia

The Knowsley Archive service is supporting local author, Mark Campbell, in his appeal for amateur football memorabilia for his new book ‘Huyton’s Titans’.... Read more »

Take a Break: Huntley and Palmers in Huyton

There’s nothing better than curling up in a comfortable chair with a hot steaming mug of something comforting and a good book to get lost in.... Read more »

Proposed £10m transformation for Aintree Hospital unveiled

Plans for a £10 million project to transform the main entrance and tower block at Aintree University Hospital have been unveiled.... Read more »

40 kilo dog tied to rescue centre gate with thin ribbon

A 40 kilo dog has been tied to the gates of Dogs Trust Merseyside in Huyton during the night with a thin piece of ribbon next to a busy road.... Read more »

Force mark the first National Purple Poppy Day

Merseyside Police and The War Horse Memorial, have marked the first National Purple Poppy Day, with a visit to lay a wreath at a WW1 war horse’s grave in Halewood.... Read more »

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  • Your chance to win show tickets this Easter
    You and your family can join in the fun with a chance to win a family ticket to see both shows... Read more »
  • Schools championing mental health sought for new award
    The prestigious Educate Awards are returning for 2019 with a new category for mental health and wellbeing... Read more »
  • In sickness and in health...
    The Archive closes its doors to the public in January for the annual stock take. As well as being good archival practice, this enables us to focus on... 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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