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.
VOLUNTEERS from a Waterloo charity who record and send out news so blind people can hear about latest issues wants to appeal to listeners. Sefton Talking Newspaper (STN), based on Brooklands Avenue, has more than 100 visually impaired subscribers
AN INTERNATIONAL film festival will return to the Plaza Cinema in Waterloo as part of its upcoming world tour. The Banff Mountain Film Festival will showcase its annual screening at the community venue on Friday, February 20.This is the sixth year
A CHARITY which aims to support sufferers of head injuries has hosted its first drop-in session at the Waterloo-based Sefton Carers Trust.The event, which took place between 1-3pm on Wednesday, January 11 at the South Road venue, was organised by
A CROSBY lollipop man has been chosen by Cancer Research UK to design its first ever show garden at this year's Southport Flower Show.Neville Hymus, 65, who enjoys gardening and is a member of Crosby and Waterloo in Bloom, claims he was
THE Sefton Green Party's candidate for the Church ward in Waterloo will hold a surgery this weekend. Laurence Rankin will be based at Barnett's Wholefoods store, on St John's Road, on Saturday, February 14 from 1.30-3.30pm. It is billed