Volunteers sought to tidy green spaces with Rangers

Residents can help Rangers to halt the spread of Himalayan balsam, an invasive plant species that is damaging native flora in Stanley Bank Meadow. The pink-flowered, non-native species...

St Helens Council wins National Lottery funding to help people on a low income...

Article date - 13 November 2018 The council’s Sports Development Team has been awarded £125,000 funding as part of Sport England’s strategy to improve people’s health and mental...

Smokefree St Helens launches “Stoptober” campaign to help local smokers quit for good in...

Article date - 27 September 2018 The campaign encourages smokers to sign up to a 28 day stop smoking challenge for October. During October, Smokefree St Helens will be...

History on display at Newton Town Show

Discover the history of some of the Armed Forces family in the borough at Newton Town Show this Saturday.   A display dedicated to the 1st Battalion Lancashire Regiment Prince...

ONE of the city’s biggest music events is on the hunt for up and...

The award winning Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) returns to Sefton Park on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 July, and the team are on the look-out for an...

Plans to house Asylum Seekers in old care home on Wilmere Lane scrapped

Serco have announced they will no longer be continuing with controversial plans to house asylum speakers in an old care home on Wilmere Lane in Widnes.  The...

National Highways & Transport Survey – a voice for residents

Local people are being asked for their views on St Helens Borough highways and transport services – from the condition of roads and footpaths to the quality...

Dream artist Jaume Plensa to visit St Helens Borough during Decade of Dream celebrations

Article date - 30 April 2019 St Helens Borough’s award-winning Dream sculpture turns 10 years old this summer, and to celebrate this milestone Spanish artist and creator of...

Our Blue Badge service is changing

Article date - 23 January 2019 At the start of this year, the Department for Transport introduced a new online system which allows applicants to upload all their...

Award-winning romance author Milly Johnson hosts library talk

An award-winning romantic fiction author hosted an evening of fun and laughter with St Helens Libraries.   More than 60 people from St Helens Borough and elsewhere joined author...

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