Schools make IT switch to council

Schools across St Helens Borough will be getting IT support significantly cheaper from next month thanks to St Helens Council under a new contract.   Schools across the borough...

Successful cemetery open day helps local people talk about death and bereavement

Article date - 17 May 2019 St Helens Cemetery and Crematorium has this week hosted a community event designed to help people talk more openly about dying, death...

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...

Road closures for works on St Helens Linkway

The Sutton Hall junction of A570 St Helens Linkway will close for the August Bank Holiday weekend as works to complete the junction transformation take place.   The closure...

Mobile speed indicator introduced on borough’s roads

In a bid to encourage motorist to think twice about their speed, St Helens Council has introduced a temporary mobile sign which can monitor how fast a...

Dog owner convicted under dog microchipping laws

A local dog owner has been convicted under dog microchipping legislation and fined £330 after her dog was found as a stray with outdated microchip information.   The court...

Fairy tale performances to come at Parr Library

Prepare for an enchanting theatre performance in Parr Library as part of the nationally-renowned Cultural Hubs, arts in libraries programme.   When Another Dragon Roars is a fairy tale-esque...

Cultural Hubs season to come to a cosmic end with Portals

Be prepared for an out-of-this-world discovery, as Portals opens in Haydock Library on Friday 9 August, as part of the award-winning Cultural Hubs arts-in-libraries programme.   A mysterious glowing...

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...

“We’ve been welcomed with open arms here; it’s really brought us out our shells.”...

Article date - 29 April 2019 Meet Stephen Lea and James Baldwin, a couple of St Helens Healthy Living workers who have become valuable assets to the service...

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