LITHERLAND High School opened its doors to the community as they invited 25 locals in for a free meal. It is part of a ‘Business in the Community' scheme which saw pupils cook a three course meal for the guests from Ford Lane Pensioners
BOOTLE pupils visited a sheltered accommodation last week to entertain elderly residents as part of an event to help ¡°break down the barriers¡± of age division.Youngsters from Bedford Primary School went to Mill Spring Court, also in Bootle, to put
THE sporting achievements of Bedford Primary School has been recognised as part of a government-led awards scheme.Pupils and staff were given a ‘bronze standard' in their efforts to promote competitive sport by a project called Sa
A BLUNDELLSANDS resident is appealing for help after she lost two plain gold weddings bands. The items, both 22ct gold, were lost on Thursday, November 27 between 9am-10.30am on Hall Road East somewhere between St Andrew's Road and Hall Road
BOOTLE pupils were given a chance to make cuddly new friends as part of a scheme to encourage children to read. Youngsters from Bedford Primary School were invited to a ‘Teddy Bear's Picnic' event held at nearby Hugh Baird College.
MEMBERS of Sefton's Home Watch scheme have alerted residents in Birkdale following a spate of burglaries in the Clifford Road and Richmond Road area.A number of incidents have taken place in the evening and overnight between between Thursday,