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  • Investment works start at Southport Town Hall

    Investment works start at Southport Town Hall

    Major improvement works have started at Southport Town Hall as part of Sefton Council’s commitment to invest in its local communities and improve access to its facilities. Work started on April 16 and will take approximately 20 weeks to complete. Once completed, the important building works will improve accessibility and will benefit children, families, business and regular visitors to Southport.…

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  • Changes to NHS Health Checks

    Changes to NHS Health Checks

    The way that NHS Health Checks are available in Sefton is changing from April. Your free NHS Health Check will now be done by staff from Active Lifestyles and Living Well Sefton. If you're aged 40 to 74 you may be eligible for a free NHS Health Check, which is a great way to get personalised advice on keeping yourself…

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  • The Sefton Good Dog Code: What You Need To Know

    The Sefton Good Dog Code: What You Need To Know

    The Sefton Good Dog Code is an informative campaign which encourages good and responsible dog ownership in the borough.  For more information about these rules and to learn more about the Good Dog Code, visit www.sefton.gov.uk/thegooddogcode Posters, leaflets and interactive smartphone adverts are going up in parks and public areas around Sefton following the launch of the Good Dog Code…

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  • Local Projects to benefit from £100k following the 146th Open

    Local community projects and initiatives in Sefton are set to benefit from legacy funding following the successful staging of The 146th Open at Royal Birkdale. L-R: Aspiring Instructor Steph Todd, Cllrs Marion Atkinson and Ian Moncur, along with Philip Russell, Assistant Director - Sustainability for the R&A at Birkdale Common Record crowds flocked to the famous Southport links last year to…

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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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  • 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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  • Freshfields Animal Rescue need your votes to help win national award!

    A volunteer led animal rescue centre in Sefton has made it to the final of a top national competition, but needs your help to clinch the award. The incredible volunteer supported team at Freshfields Animal Rescue have been chosen as one of two finalists in the Charity Today 'Animal Welfare Charity of the Year' Awards. Each day dedicated staff and…

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  • New changes for Private Rented Landlords & Tenants

    From March 1, 2018 landlords who privately rent out their properties will be required to obtain a new licence from Sefton Council if their properties are located within selected areas in the borough. Sefton Council approved the implementation of two new housing licensing schemes in September, 2017 in separate areas of the borough. Both schemes will run until the end of…

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