JOSPICE in Thornton has won a public vote to be named the new charity of the year for Sainsbury's Crosby store.The centre went up against two other charities who were vying for the honour but came out on top and will now team up with the
THE opening of the new link road between Switch Island and Thornton has been delayed again – but Sefton Council has promised it will take place on Wednesday, August 19.It was reported recently that the eagerly-awaited date would be the first
LOCALS who drink at a Thornton pub swapped their pint glassed for golf clubs and managed to raise £1,245 for Woodlands Hospice. \[Regulars from The Grapes, on Green Lane, took part in the golf day organised by pub manageress Maria Webb, who
THE eagerly-awaited link road between Switch Island and Thornton will officially open on August 6. The Champion reported that the relief road, which will be named A5758 Broom's Cross Road, would open in August but an exact date has now been
AS haircuts go, £2,000 is a pretty expensive one – especially when your daughter is the hairdresser. But Dave Pinnington decided to shave off his hair anyway with all the money raised through donations going to the Thornton-based Jospice.
AHEAD of it¡¯s opening to traffic, cyclists are being given the chance to test ride the new Thornton to Switch Island link road thanks to Sefton Council¡¯s cycling development team.The new road, which will be called the A5758 Broom's Cross Road,