TALKING in the classroom is usually forbidden by teachers, but pupils from Litherland High School were let off the hook for one day as they took part in a public speaking competition.
The school recently held its annual event which saw some of
AN armed forces member from Litherland who cycled 453km in memory of the 453 British soldiers who have died in Afghanistan has raised £2,000 for charity. Tony Davies-Musker, 26, recently set off from Liverpool and headed to The National
I work for a charity in my spare time walking dogs for owners who are ill or housebound. I regularly walk around Litherland, Seaforth and Bootle. Disused brownfield sites in these areas are in abundance- as are empty properties.Why aren't these
IT'S not often a lion turns up for class, but that's exactly what happened at one Litherland school thanks to the creativity of pupils. Youngsters from Rowan Park Teaching School coloured in their own statue of a lion last week as part of a
THIS summer will see the return of the popular ‘Ditch Those Stabilisers' cycling events held in Litherland. It gives children aged four and above a chance to learn to ride a bike unaided at the sessions and have been a big hit in previous
FAMILIES were treated to a fun-packed fair held in Litherland last weekend.The event, which took place on Saturday, July 4, was held on a school playing field on Orrell Road and saw a range of entertainment and stalls.Children were able to enjoy a