AN information day in Seaforth to raise awareness of an online forum set up by parents to highlight the best services in Sefton for disadvantaged children was described as an “overwhelming success.” Sefton Parent Carer Forum was launched in April as
CYCLING pupils from Seaforth have peddled their way to the first prize of a competition - and their reward is a brand new bike shelter. Youngsters from Our Lady Star of the Sea Primary School were given the “much-needed” addition to the playground
THE construction work of a £2.5m residential facility for homeless people is now underway in Seaforth. A launch event was held recently that saw the first phase of the building start that will eventually see 28 new homes created on School
THE launch event of a new community group has took place in Seaforth to mark its ambitious aim of reclaiming a local park from yobs.Friends of Bowersdale Park has kicked off its long-term plan of taking back the park and turning it into a community
YOUNGSTERS were given the chance to test out their den building skills as part of a unique event held in Seaforth. More than 40 children went to Bowersdale Park at the weekend to take part in the fun organised by a charity called Sefton Play Council.
A £2.5MILLION residential facility for homeless people will be built in Seaforth by a charity.The Emmaus Merseyside charity will create 28 new homes at a development on School Lane. The facility, set to open next year, is designed to put a