SEFTON Council will be carrying out repairs to a number of roads in Waterloo starting from Monday, March 30. The carriageway patching work on Mersey View, Oxford Road and Mount Pleasant will take up to three weeks to complete and will be carried out
ORGANISERS of a Waterloo lunch club who cater for vulnerable members of the community are marking its one year anniversary by making an appeal for more volunteers.It was first launched last year when the kitchen at Waterloo Community Centre was
AN aspiring singer from Waterloo has hit the right note and finished runner up in the recent Southport Young Musician of the Year awards. Sophie Clarke, 16, came in second place at the Holy Trinity Church event after she had earlier scooped top
A RESTAURANT in Waterloo had to be evacuated along with nearby residents after a fire broke out at a flat. The blaze started at a property above a beauty salon on South Road at around 9.30pm on Thursday, March 12.It led to tiles falling from the top
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