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  • Man arrested after drugs found on Promenade stop-and-search
    Danielle Thompson
    A MAN has been arrested and drugs seized following stop check in Southport.Officers in Southport arrested a man and recovered a quantity of drugs following a stop search on the Promenade on Friday, June 22.A 19-year-old man from Leigh was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply an...Read More

  • Youngster’s cycle challenge raises Tourette’s awareness
    Malcolm Hindle
    A TEN-year-old Sefton boy who has Tourette's Syndrome has raised £800 for charity after cycling from Crosby to Formby.Jacob Sangra wanted to ride from his house to Formby Nature Reserve in an effort to not only raise money, but also awareness around his condition.The cycle challenge proved to be ...Read More

  • Shop owners are flying the flag for the World Cup!
    Danielle Thompson
    THE owners of Mackay Brothers in Southport have been flying the flag for the World Cup!Bob Mackay from the shop on Eastbank Street revealed that they have hung bunting featuring flags from countries competing from all over the world to get into the sporting spirit as the competition gets underway.H...Read More

  • Friends of Rotten Row are helped out by extra volunteers
    Danielle Thompson
    YOUNG green-fingered gardeners have teamed up with local volunteers to help maintain Southport's stunning Rotten Row.The beautiful flowering borders along Rotten Row were established over 100 years ago and are well-recognised and much appreciated by local residents. The borders play a prominent rol...Read More

  • Women's Institute enjoy day out to Lancaster
    Danielle Thompson
    MEMBERS of the Tarleton Women's Institute enjoyed a day trip to Lancaster Castle sponsored by their local Co-operative Community Fund.Club president, Anne Ball, said: “We visited Lancaster Castle to find out more about the history and heritage of Lancashire.“The castle tour guide Victoria, was ex...Read More

  • Women's Institute enjoy day out to Lancaster
    Danielle Thompson
    MEMBERS of the Tarleton Women's Institute have enjoyed a trip to Lancaster Castle.They enjoyed the day trip, which was funded by their local Co-operative Community Fund.Anne Ball, president of the club said: “We visited Lancaster Castle recently, to find out more about the history and heritage of L...Read More

  • Police CCTV appeal over shop theft
    Henry James
    POLICE are circulating CCTV images of three men they wish to speak to following the theft of electrical devices from a shop in Maghull in May.At about 4pm on Wednesday, May 30, men entered 02 on Westway and made enquiries with staff before pulling phones and iPads from the walls, causing damage, an...Read More

  • Audience was bowled over by Flintoff!
    Tom Martin
    AN event in Crosby headlined  by England cricket legend Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff  has been hailed a success.In fact, the former sportsman took to social media after the event to say he has “not laughed that much in ages!”It was held at Marine Football Club on Friday, June 15 and saw Flintoff talk ...Read More

  • Business park plan: Residents express concern
    Henry James
    LATHOM South Parish Council and South Lathom Residents Association have expressed concerns over an outline planning application to construct two buildings on land on the western side of the XL Business Park on Statham Road, Skelmersdale.The application by Gazeley UK Limited is for the construction ...Read More

  • Youngster’s cycle challenge raises Tourette’s awareness
    Tom Martin
    A TEN-year-old Sefton boy who has Tourette's Syndrome has raised £800 for charity after cycling from Crosby to Formby.Jacob Sangra wanted to ride from his house to Formby Nature Reserve in an effort to not only raise money, but also awareness around his condition.The cycle challenge proved to be ...Read More


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