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Homes to be built on former industrial site

A DISUSED industrial site in Seaforth could now be transformed into a residential area after plans were approved by Sefton Council. The former Seaforth Refrigeration, on Lime Grove, was earmarked by One Vision Housing (OVH) who submitted a proposal
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Smoke alarms plea after firefighters only alerted to home blaze 'by chance'

FIREFIGHTERS have issued a fresh appeal for residents to use smoke alarms in their homes after a house blaze in Seaforth. The fire started in the airing cupboard, with some kind of electrical fault blamed, but the property did not have alarms with
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Pensioner hurt after car hit bridge on flyover

EMERGENCY services had to rescue a pensioner after his car hit a bridge on the Seaforth flyover. The 75 year old man was travelling from the city centre and towards Waterloo when he collided with brickwork that forms the bottom of the bridge.
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Greens target central seat for first time

SEFTON Green Party will have its first ever candidate for Sefton Central in the upcoming General Election.Lindsay Melia, 24, from Seaforth, has been selected to run for the constituency seat in May.The current MP for Sefton Central is Labour's
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Cash boost for children's centre

A SEAFORTH community hall used by youngsters has been given a bright new look after a charity secured funding.\[Caradoc Mission Community Church Hall, which is the home of Caradoc Kids Club, has benefited from Bootle-based organisation Regenerus,
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Store staff threatened with knife in armed raid

STAFF from a convenience store in Seaforth were threatened with a knife by armed yobs who then made off with the till. The shocking incident took place at News Express, on Seaforth Road, and police are now hunting two males believed to be around the
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