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Campaigners stage second protest against store giant

MORE than 100 people attended a second protest in Ainsdale on Saturday (March 12), to stop Tesco moving into the village. Local councillors, traders and residents have been leading the campiagn amid fears the supermarket giant is interested in
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Housing plans submitted for Thomas More site

A PLANNING application to build 96 new two and three storey homes on the site of Ainsdale's st Thomas More Centre, has now been submitted to Sefton Council. Plans for the development also include the layout of open space, landscaping and other
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Campaigners to stage second protest against store giant

CAMPAIGNERS will stage a second protest in Ainsdale Village this Saturday (March 12), in a bid to stop Tesco from moving into the area. Local councillors, residents and traders supporting the ��No Tesco in Ainsdale Village�� campaign are being urged
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Townswomen's guild to meet

THE Ainsdale Townswomen's Guild will welcome guest speaker Dorothy Hughes to its next meeting tomorrow (Thursday, March 3). During the event, being held at St John's Church, Ainsdale from 2-4pm, Dorothy will show her holiday slides.
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Bill's got it wrong

AN AINSDALE group has this week hit back at a campaign led by travel author Bill Bryson which attacked the amount of litter surrounding the village's railway station. Last week The Champion reported that the Campaign to Protect Rural England,
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Save our shops, say protestors

MORE than 400 residents protested in Ainsdale on Saturday (February 12), amid fears that supermarket giant Tesco hope to open a store in the village. The demonstration, which took place at Ainsdale Methodist Church Hall and the nearby Village
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