Young volunteers needed for an out of this world library adventure this summer

Article date - 26 June 2019 St Helens Library Services are calling on young people to help support their biggest summer activities programme by becoming Reading Hack volunteers.   Every...

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...

Enjoy crafty fun with the Ranger Service in Victoria Park this month

Sunday 19 August sees the return of the Ranger Service’s annual crafts fair which attracts hundreds of visitors each year. Running from 12pm to 5pm, the event showcases...

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.

Hundreds of youngsters under starter’s orders for big run

ABOUT 800 pupils are expected to be running for fun, in Widnes, on Thursday, June 7. Go Run For Fun at Victoria Park will see pupils from 12...

Summer Beach attraction to open this Friday

Pontypandy’s hero next door will be in town this Friday (26 July) when the seaside comes to St Helens for the summer.   As part of this year’s Summer...

Daniels’ nephew set to wow local audience with magic

A UNIQUE magical prank show that claims to be both jaw-dropping and laugh out loud funny is coming to the Brindley Theatre when James Phelan: Trickester comes...

Stunt display team will do the trick at this year’s Newton Town Show

Organisers are adding the final touches to a packed programme of events as part of next month’s (August) Newton Town Show.   Held annually in Newton-le-Willows’ Mesnes Park, Newton...

‘Greater variety of independent retailers and leisure opportunities key to ambitious town centre plans’,...

Article date - 06 August 2018 Over the past few years, St Helens Town Centre has seen more and more independent shops, bars and restaurants open up for...

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.

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