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£2.3m work completed on Claughton House in St Helens

The £2.3 million conversion of Claughton House in St Helens has been completed by the Luxor Group. The luxury developer acquired the building, situated on the corner of Claughton Street and Barrow Street, in September 2017. The upper floors of the...

today, 15:50 in Regional North West

Yorkshire Building Society in St Helens asks for donations to help end youth homelessness

The Yorkshire Building Society in St Helens are asking people to make a donation to their Christmas fund-raising campaign to help end youth homelessness. The Society has launched a hard-hitting Christmas appeal as part of itss charity partnership with...

today, 15:25 in Regional North West

Dogs’ charity that takes 138 calls a day to rehome unwanted pets sends out a festive reminder that “a dog...

To a generation it is among the most enduring slogans in living memory. The world was a different place in many ways when the adage, “a dog is for life, not just for Christmas’ was unleashed 40 years ago. But not so far removed for it to have lost its...

today, 14:50 in Regional North West

Here’s our selection of ethical stocking fillers for Christmas

The annual scramble for Christmas presents is well and truly underway. Fiona Evans rummages around for ethical stocking fillers. Feeling frazzled? Does the Christmas spirit seem to be getting lost in the chaos that besieges the festive prelude? Then...

today, 14:50 in Regional North West

St Helens public phones to ring in unison on New Year's Day in 'Pick Me Up' pilot

St Helens and Liverpool will host the pilot of an ambitious interactive public artwork on more than 500 public phones in remembrance of all those lost to suicide. At 11am on New Year’s Day, more people die by suicide than at any other time during the...

today, 13:32 in Regional North West

Apprentices can get the taste for success in St Helens

Learning Curve Group is ‘tea-ing’ up the next generation of dedicated staff for Ringtons in St Helens. The independent tea and coffee experts have enlisted the national education training provider to deliver its new Customer Service apprenticeship...

today, 12:28 in Regional North West

McDelivery proving to be a hit in St Helens

The McDonald’s McDelivery service via Uber Eats is proving popular in St Helens. The service, which has been active in the town since October, is available to anyone within one and a half miles of the Church Street, Chalon Way and Linkway...

today, 11:57 in Regional North West

New community shop restoring hope in St Helens

A new shop in the heart of St Helens is rescuing unwanted furniture from the scrap heap while providing practical skills for job-seeking residents. The ReStore St Helens shop is the brainchild of Changing Communities - a Community Interest Company...

today, 11:52 in Regional North West

St Helens schools recognised for achieving top sports award

Two St Helens primary schools are celebrating after becoming the first in the borough to achieve the Platinum School Games Mark award. Awarded to schools that show longstanding commitment to PE and school sport - as well as a consist high level of...

today, 08:43 in Regional North West

St Helens dog owner convicted under dog microchipping legislation

A St Helens dog owner has been convicted under dog microchipping legislation. Samantha Donoghue, 27, of Adelaide Avenue, Thatto Heath was ordered to pay a total of £636 after being found guilty in her absence at Liverpool, Knowsley and St Helens...

today, 08:09 in Regional North West

St Helens Council secures £275k funding to support children of alcohol dependent parents

St Helens Council and its partners have successfully secured £275,772 of grant funding for ‘Building Bridges’, an ambitious and innovative new project that will support children of alcohol dependent parents locally. Earlier this year, £4.5m of joint...

today, 08:09 in Regional North West

Jingle bells to stop thieves going all the way this Christmas time

With Christmas just around the corner, shoppers will start to visit shopping centres and supermarkets in droves which can often be an ideal opportunity for thieves to strike. With this in mind, St Helens Council’s Safer Communities Team is committed...

today, 07:27 in Regional North West

Where can you get free Christmas car parking in St Helens?

St Helens Council has confirmed that free Saturday and late night shopping parking will be introduced at council-owned town centre car parks during the build up to Christmas. The offer will run through until Saturday 29 December, while Christmas...

today, 07:27 in Regional North West

Revealed: How many Knowsley pupils win places at Oxbridge?

Two or fewer pupils from Knowsley won places into Oxford and Cambridge universities, a study has found. The figures relate to the borough's non-selective schools and comes as it was revealed eight of the UK's top schools get as many students into...

today, 07:27 in Regional North West

Rugby ace hurt in nightclub attack is allowed home from hospital

A rugby league ace who was hospitalised after an assault outside a nightclub has been allowed to return home. Joe Sharratt, who plays for Saints, suffered serious head injuries and was rushed to hospital after an incident in Manchester last weekend....

yesterday, 13:30 in Regional North West

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