• A healthy start to the new year

    A healthy start to the new year

    Sefton residents are being encouraged to take advantage of activities offered by local community groups to kick start a healthy new year. Local partners of wellbeing organisation Living Well Sefton have something to appeal to a wide range of people looking to keep to their new year resolutions. Additionally, the Living Well Sefton mentors work on a one-to-one basis over

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  • Missing From Home- Anthony Fisher Jones

    Missing From Home- Anthony Fisher Jones

    Merseyside Police is appealing for help in tracing a 32 year-old man missing from home in Aintree. Anthony Fisher Jones was last seen on Taunton Drive at 8.30am on Wednesday 17th January. He is described as white, 5ft 8in tall, of stocky build with short dark brown hair and stubble. When last seen he was wearing dark coloured pants, dark

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  • Resort workshop need more volunteers

    Resort workshop need more volunteers

    MakeIt Workshop, a not-for-profit social enterprise based in Southport, are on the lookout for more volunteers. The MakeIt team run fundraising shops in the town and a workshop where they test and repair items such as renovated telephones and other interesting and quirky items. They are currently looking for volunteers to join their team. A spokesman for the workshop said: “We

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  • Keep Warm, Keep Well event at The Atkinson

    Keep Warm, Keep Well event at The Atkinson

    Sefton continues to help vulnerable people get through winter by hosting a Keep Warm, Keep Well event next month. The Local Authority, alongside Sefton OPERA are supporting the National Energy Action’s Warm Homes Campaign by organising an event at the Atkinson Arts Centre, Southport on February 19 from 11am. A recent report highlighted that over a million families won’t be

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  • Litterbugs in court after being caught dropping rubbish

    Litterbugs in court after being caught dropping rubbish

    Litter louts who have been caught irresponsibly disposing of rubbish in Sefton have been convicted in court this week, leading to fines totaling more than £1,000 Three people, all from the Southport area of Sefton failed to appear at South Sefton Magistrates court this week (Tuesday, January 16) after they were spotted by enforcement officers littering in the borough. Phillip

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  • Sefton residents can take control of their energy bills

    Sefton residents can take control of their energy bills

    Switching your energy tariff with the Merseyside Collective Switch is both quick and easy, and it could save you hundreds of pounds a year. Run in partnership with your local authority, the Merseyside Collective Switch aims to negotiate the cheapest energy tariff on the market, which will only be available to its members. Registration is now open and the winning

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  • Become a Friend of Sefton Coast

    Become a Friend of Sefton Coast

    Everybody knows Sefton has few and far between rivals for the title of most beautiful British coastline!  The 22 miles spanning between Southport and Seaforth are some of the most iconic, idyllic and important stretches of coastline in the UK and are home to a menagerie of fauna and flora. But it takes a lot of work to make our

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  • Beach helpers brush up a storm after Geraldine

    Beach helpers brush up a storm after Geraldine

    Over forty hardy volunteers who make up the Friends of the Sefton Coast descended on Ainsdale beach last week to clean up after Storm Geraldine. 10 metre high tides washed up tons of debris along the Sefton coast following the storm. Volunteers worked tirelessly throughout Friday January 12 to clear away driftwood, litter, seaweed and other flotsam which had been

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