St Helens Council appoints new Assistant Chief Executive

Rob Huntington has been appointed to the role of Assistant Chief Executive by St Helens Council. Rob is currently the Group Director...

Storytelling Festival to hit St Helens libraries this February half-term

St Helens Library Service has teamed up with Citadel Arts to deliver a fantastic programme of events which will certainly keep the kids entertained this...

Thatto Heath Library celebrating World Mental Health Day with arts spectacular

Article date - 01 October 2018 World Mental Health Day is a day for global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma. Three St Helens-based artists have...

Discover something new this year with an Adult and Community Learning course

Article date - 08 January 2019 Whether you want to improve your skills, gain qualifications, find a job or become a volunteer - the team can help, and...

Parents of young children in St Helens are being urged to make the most...

Article date - 18 October 2018 The nasal flu vaccination – a single spray squirted up each nostril – is available to two and three year-olds via their...

Her Majesty The Queen visit Halton to officially open the Mersey Gateway Bridge

Her Majesty The Queen and Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex carried out their first ever engagement together, as they visited Halton this week (14 June...

Top 10 SHOCKING crimes reported in St Helens – April

Today we met with Tony Burke, MD of StrongGuard security. He kindly offered to put together stats for an info-graphic about the top 10 reported...

Long-serving foster carers recognised by St Helens Council

Article date - 11 October 2018 The group, who have a combined total of over 125 years’ experience as foster carers and kinship foster carers, were welcomed into...

Garden shed security campaign launches at local allotments

Hundreds of allotment plot holders from across the borough have been gifted free door alarms for their plot sheds, as part of St Helens Council's crime prevention...

St Helens pays tribute to the fallen, 100 years on

Article date - 12 November 2018 Traditional Remembrance Sunday services complete with readings, musical performances and a two-minute silence, were held in Victoria Square and outside Earlestown Town...

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