• Road users invited to learn about exciting new scheme

    Road users invited to learn about exciting new scheme

    Sefton Council is inviting road users to a drop-in session to learn about the building of new slip roads at Junction 1 of the M58. Taking place on November 28 at Meadows Leisure Centre in Maghull, the session will be open throughout the day so that visitors can find out about the huge £6.7m scheme, which will get underway in

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  • Top of the class! Sefton schools scoop awards at the Educate Awards 2017

    Top of the class! Sefton schools scoop awards at the Educate Awards 2017

      Schools in Sefton were honoured at the prestigious Educate Awards ceremony last week (Friday 17 November). Two Sefton schools were among the winners on the night with Netherton Moss Primary and Formby High winning their categories and St Micheal's C of E High School coming runner up for Eco Project of the Year. Netherton Moss Primary School fought off

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  • Ovington Drive Play Area

    Ovington Drive Play Area

    Money has been made available through Sefton Council's Capital Programme for new play equipment at a site in Southport.  A sum of £30K has been agreed with Cllr Ian Moncur, Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing, for new playground equipment at Ovington Drive, Kew.  In August, following some safety concerns, Sefton Council reluctantly took the decision to close the facility

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  • Carnegie Library

    Carnegie Library

    Sefton Council is advertising for rental offers for a leasehold interest in Carnegie Library, Crosby.  Sefton recognises the importance of the Grade II listed building and is advertising it again to try and identify the right opportunity that benefits the community and local residents.  Regenerus had previously expressed an interest in operating the College Road building, but earlier this year

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  • Community Garden graduates look back to their roots

    Community Garden graduates look back to their roots

    A south Sefton project which has been helping local volunteers to learn horticultural skills held a special event recently to celebrate the success of its graduates. Regenerus, Bootle-based organisers of the Taking Root Project, hosted a picnic lunch and presentation ceremony at a community garden at Marian Way in Netherton to salute the achievements of the 26 participants aged from

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  • Black Tie Night at Bootle Town Hall

    Black Tie Night at Bootle Town Hall

    Bootle Town Hall will be hosting a Black Tie Night on 25th November, organised by Charity T.E.A.M. Sefton (Together Everyone Achieves More). A night not to be missed and great value for money. Tickets are £25 per person or there are limited tables of 10 for £250 for large groups. As always food is included plus amazing live entertainment from

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  • Sefton blooms as NWiB judges heap praise on borough

    Sefton blooms as NWiB judges heap praise on borough

    Sefton is blooming lovely thanks to outstanding neighbourhood gardening projects.  Sixteen community locations across Sefton have been rated as 'Outstanding' in the 2017 North West In Bloom (NWiB) and It's Your Neighbourhood awards, with a further 12 being rated as 'Thriving'.  In the regional awards, Southport in Bloom was crowned Overall Winner in the Large Coastal Resort category, beating strong

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  • Has your child had the free flu vaccine?

    Has your child had the free flu vaccine?

    Leading health figures at Sefton Council, NHS South Sefton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and NHS Southport and Formby CCG are encouraging parents to make sure their children receive their free flu vaccination.  The free flu vaccine is available to those who are at risk of the more serious effects of flu, this includes young children aged 2 to 8.  Parents

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