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  • Work begins on development which will bring 120 homes to town
    Henry James
    LAURUS Homes and Seddon Construction have broken ground on a site at Whalleys South, Skelmersdale in the first phase of a project, which will see 120 homes delivered on land released by Homes England.The development, a mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes, is a multi-tenure scheme with 64 hom...Read More

  • Opera Viva's concert was a 'scintillating evening'
    By Ellen Campbell
    On BroadwayOpera VivaSt. Mary’s College, Crosby WE were greeted by a glass of bubbly which put us in the mood right away to enjoy an evening of songs from many of the most famous musicals, performed by members of Opera Viva who treated the audience to a superb evening of entertainment.The rich voic...Read More

  • COASTAL PARK VISION UNVEILED
    Tom Martin
    SEFTON Council has unveiled its vision for Crosby Coastal Park with a detailed masterplan on how to improve and develop the area over the next 11 years.Crosby Coastal Park: A Vision, has been published by the local authority  and shows  how they envisage it looking in 2030 with a range of different...Read More

  • Fleetwood emotional after finishing second at Open Championship
    Henry James
    SOUTHPORT-GOLFER Tommy Fleetwood equalled his best finish in a major by taking second place in The Open Championship at Royal Portrush.He finished six shots behind the winner Shane Lowry and took home a cheque for $1,120,000 (£895,000).Fleetwood always had a mountain to climb during the last round ...Read More

  • Carra cheers on pupils in Festival of Sport
    Tom Martin
    LIVERPOOL legend Jamie Carragher is used to cheering on the Reds, but last week he showed his support to youngsters taking part in a special sports day.Hillside High School, in Bootle, held a Festival of Sport event when children took part in a range of sporting events, including football, netball,...Read More

  • Fundraising run to return for third year
    Tom Martin
    A CHARITY run will take place in Crosby in memory of a teenager who took his own life.The third run organised in memory of Nathan Wilson will be held on Sunday, September 15 with a start and finish point at Crosby Leisure Centre and 5k and 10k routes available.They are organised by Nathan's mum and...Read More

  • Anti-bullying award given to Hugh Baird
    Tom Martin
    STUDENTS and staff from Hugh Baird College have been awarded a prestigious anti-bullying award.The Bully Intervention Group award (BIG Award) was awarded for the “solid support systems and intervention policies” that Hugh Baird College has in place for all its students and staff.The assessor found ...Read More

  • Hedgehog is VIP guest at hair salon's quirky fundraiser
    Danielle Thompson
    THE team at a hair salon proved they were a cut above their competition when they raised more than £380 for an animal charity with a special fund-raiser last week.Salon team leader Louise Cousins and the team at Headlines Hair Tarleton on Church Road participated in the annual Big Hair Do event cre...Read More

  • Soprano sings at Proms in the Park
    Mike Dawber
    MORE than 2,000 people enjoyed this year's Proms in the Park event in Crosby on Saturday, July 13 which featured a special guest appearance by acclaimed soprano Rachael Russell, a former pupil of the college. Full story inside....Read More


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