Police to take a 'common sense' approach to policing Covid regulations as lockdown measures ease
Police to take a 'common sense' approach to policing Covid regulations as lockdown measures ease

Police to take a 'common sense' approach to policing Covid regulations as lockdown measures ease

LANCASHIRE Police is reminding residents it will continue to take a “common sense” and “proportionate” approach to policing Covid regulations as lockdown measures ease in England.Pubs and restaurants serving outside were allowed to reopen as planned on Monday, April 12, along with non-essential
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Proposals which will see ten pin bowling alley in Concourse validated by council

Proposals which will see ten pin bowling alley in Concourse validated by council

by Henry James

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‘Stay vigilant and get your second vaccine dose' urges Sefton's director of public health

‘Stay vigilant and get your second vaccine dose' urges Sefton's director of public health

by Danielle Thompson

SEFTON residents are being urged to attend appointments for their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.More than 1.4million vaccines have already been

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Death of Prince Philip marked across borough

Death of Prince Philip marked across borough

by Henry James

WEST Lancashire Borough Council has opened an electronic book of condolence for residents to pay their respects to Prince Philip.The Queen’s husband,

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‘Stay vigilant - get your second vaccine dose’ urges Sefton's public health chief

‘Stay vigilant - get your second vaccine dose’ urges Sefton's public health chief

by Danielle Thompson

SEFTON residents are being urged to attend appointments for their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.More than 1.4million vaccines have already been

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Having to isolate doesn’t mean you are on your own!

Having to isolate doesn’t mean you are on your own!

by Malcolm Hindle

SEFTON residents are being reminded that having to isolate, due to COVID-19, doesn’t mean they are ‘isolated.’Sefton Council has developed a campaign

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Care scheme launches egg themed competition for residents

Care scheme launches egg themed competition for residents

by Henry James

TO rally up egg-citement around the Easter weekend, Brookside extra care scheme in Ormskirk launched an egg themed competition for their

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Staff wanted to help out at polling venues

Staff wanted to help out at polling venues

by Malcolm Hindle

WOULD you like to work at a Sefton Polling Station? Sefton has 132 polling stations in operation on polling day.  Polling station staff work inside

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‘Outstanding’ police chief steps down to take on new role

‘Outstanding’ police chief steps down to take on new role

by Malcolm Hindle

MERSEYSIDE Police Chief Constable Andy Cooke has been praised as an ‘outstanding leader with vision, integrity and determination’ after stepping down

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Rapid coronavirus testing is available

Rapid coronavirus testing is available

by Henry James

RAPID coronavirus testing is now available, as the county heads out of lockdown and looks towards its recovery.The rapid testing kits, for people

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Awards recognise police officers

Awards recognise police officers

by Danielle Thompson

THE annual Merseyside Police Community First Awards have recognised police officers, staff, volunteers and community partners for their ‘dedication,

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Police recover stolen car in town

Police recover stolen car in town

by Henry James

SKELMERSDALE Police’s Immediate Response and Neighbourhood Task Force were busy after this vehicle (right) failed to stop.The vehicle was initially

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Annual Merseyside Police Community First Awards recognised ‘dedication, bravery and professionalism’

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by Danielle Thompson

THE annual Merseyside Police Community First Awards have recognised police officers, staff, volunteers and community partners for their ‘dedication,

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