• Active Sefton is looking for the next generation of fitness instructors

    Active Sefton is looking for the next generation of fitness instructors

    Active Sefton is inviting unemployed residents with an interest in sports and fitness to an open day for its ‘ground-breaking’ training programme on Monday February 26, 10.30am-12.00pm, at Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre.  Aspiring Instructors is a 16 week course targeted at unemployed Sefton residents and designed to help get people into a new career within the sports and fitness industry.

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  • Dates confirmed for governing body meetings

    Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in Sefton have confirmed the dates of their next governing body meetings. NHS South Sefton CCG will now hold its second meeting of the year on meeting Thursday 1 March. The NHS Southport and Formby CCG meeting will take place the following week on Wednesday 7 March. The meetings are open to members of the public

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  • Year of the Volunteer: Families

    Year of the Volunteer: Families

    Each month the Year of the Volunteer campaign focuses on a special theme, with February being dedicated to those who give up their time to work with families and children. We've been catching up with a number of volunteer organisations and individuals who regularly spend hundreds of hours each month to help families, whether it be by giving emotional support,

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  • Deadline nears for £115,000 community fund applications

    Deadline nears for £115,000 community fund applications

    The deadline is looming for organisations who want a share of £115,000 to help make Merseyside a cleaner and greener place. The funding has been made available for Merseyside and Halton community and voluntary groups, schools, faith groups and not-for-profit organisations, who can reduce household waste, encourage recycling and resource re-use and prevent carbon emissions. The projects will also have

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  • Meeting called over Chapel Lane trees

    Meeting called over Chapel Lane trees

    Sefton Council have called for a meeting with tree experts to discuss independent inspection findings regarding trees in Chapel Lane, Formby. A spokesman for Sefton Council said: “As promised, we agreed with Formby Parish Council and local councillors to defer the tree removal works planned in Formby Village to give an opportunity for them to commission an independent inspection into

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  • Senior motorists invited to highway safety event

    Senior motorists invited to highway safety event

    Sefton Council's Highway Safety team are to hold a senior's road safety event in Crosby Village. Road users over the age of 60 are invited to attend the event at St Helen's Church, Alexandra Road, Crosby on Tuesday March 27 at 10am. Sefton's Highways Team are hoping to use this event to promote safer use of the highway. This is

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  • Bike lovers get in gear for March Sefton Cycle event

    Bike lovers get in gear for March Sefton Cycle event

    Anyone with an interest in cycling is encouraged to attend the next Sefton Cycle Chat at the MeCycle Café on Station Road, Ainsdale. The evening session, on Tuesday March 6, runs from 6pm until 8pm and is an ideal opportunity to talk about cycling issues and news around Sefton. The latest of many regular meetings, a number of riders, enthusiasts

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  • Formby Library echoes with Whaling Stories

    Formby Library echoes with Whaling Stories

    Visitors to Formby Library will have a whale of a time next month with a special talk by lecturer Simon Hill. The Liverpool John Moores academic will visit the Duke Street library on Tuesday March 13 from 2pm to talk about Liverpool's involvement in the 18th century Whaling trade. A spokesman for Formby Library said: "In the words of one

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