STAFF from a Thornton pub who challenged a local bowls team to a match have raised nearly £500 for charity. Those working behind the bar at the Nags Head faced off against the Sefton and Thornton Bowls Team as part of a fundraiser. They
ANYONE looking to fundraise over the festive period are being urged to dress up as Father Christmas for a day in aid of Thornton-based Jospice. The annual fundraising event, which has proved to be a huge hit in recent years, involves people donning
POLICE are warning residents about bogus workmen in the Bootle area after a pensioner was scammed out of £1,500.Two men, described as in their 50s, both well built and one with an Irish accent, have been spotted knocking on doors in Thornton
ST George's Parish Hall in Maghull will host a Christmas Fair on Saturday, October 17. There will be a tombola, raffle, cake sale and other stalls. Entrance is £1 and the event is in support of the Jospice in Thornton.It will be held
THORNTON-based Jospice chose to celebrate the national hospice care week by having an afternoon tea in Liverpool.The special event, which was held at the Panoramic Restaurant, was a sell out with many local businesses and residents coming along.
WHILE the new link road may have opened for motorists last month, residents in Thornton claim the area nearby has been left like a bomb site' and have called for it to be cleaned up.\[Peter McGrath, 67, lives close-by to the multi-million pound