THE number of accidents involving cyclists has dramatically dropped by 72% in the Crosby area since 2011, the Champion can reveal.A freedom of information request has found out the figures of bike-related incidents recorded with Merseyside Police
STAFF from a new Indian restaurant in Waterloo want to mark their arrival with a charity fundraiser. Simply Indian recently opened on Crosby Road North, with the Champion reporting how the Governor of West Bengal paid a visit to enjoy the occasion.
A SALES adviser from Crosby who went back to college to change careers has backed a new campaign aimed at encouraging adults to return to education. Liam York, 29, is now a construction student at the City of Liverpool College and he believes
A FORMER bank employee from Crosby who was down on her luck after losing her job has now opened up her own sandwich shop.Lynn Hardman, 33, was made redundant from Barclays but has now bounced back and has bought a property on Crosby Road North where
ST Mary’s College in Crosby has appointed two local students to the key roles of Head Boy and Head Girl for the new school year.The announcement comes as the school marks the 25th anniversary of becoming fully co-educational in September 1989.
CROSBY pupils have been awarded as part of an annual event to celebrate the rising stars of a local school. Youngsters from Valewood Primary School were given the chance to win a number of accolades that included high achievements in Maths, Music