The impact of COVID-19 on those experiencing domestic abuse

Residents will be following the national advice around household isolation and social distancing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This advice...

Senior councillor welcomes school extension approval

St Helens Council’s Cabinet Member for Developing Young People has welcomed planning approval which will see works carried out at an outstanding Ofsted-rated primary school...


Bewdley, Worcestershire are the first to deploy flood defences in preparation for Storm Dennis.  Sea levels continue to rise and weather warnings...

Professionals unite to promote dignity in care at town hall event

A public event championing dignity in social care is being held this week at St Helens Town Hall during National Dignity Council Dignity Month.

College Street desilting works to start this Monday

A £330,000 scheme will be undertaken to help reduce the flood risk at one of St Helens’ flooding hotspots - Gerards Bridge, College Street.

Earlestown Town Hall regeneration begins as plans submitted for demolition of outbuildings

A series of public engagement events will begin on Friday 7 February for residents to help shape the future use of Earlestown Town Hall, as...

Terms and Conditions of Entry for St Helens First competition Winter 2020

These are the terms and conditions for the St Helens First competition to win a children's party worth £250 from Face2Face

Physical activity levels in St Helens at a record high

Residents in St Helens Borough are more active than ever – with more than 93,000 completing at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical exercise...

Service hours and closures at Christmas

Don’t get caught out over the Christmas break, find out more about which and when council services are running over the festive period.

Sponsored crematorium walk will raise awareness of grief

A sponsored walk will take place this week by members of North West bereavement services in a bid to normalise grief and get people talking...

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