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  • Southport MP welcomes Trust's newest chief executive
    Danielle Thompson
    SOUTHPORT MP Damien Moore has welcomed Trish Armstrong-Child MBE as Southport Hospital’s new chief executive.Trish Armstrong-Child, who is currently the deputy chief executive and director of nursing at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, will take over from current chief executive Silas Nicholls, who is ...Read More

  • Volunteers needed to raise the profile of national charity
    Danielle Thompson
    THE team at a national charity have launched an appeal for volunteers to fundraise and raise the profile of their work across Southport.Marie Curie, the UK’s leading charity for people living with a terminal illness, is appealing for volunteers to raise funds to support Marie Curie Nurses, who work...Read More

  • Britain's most decorated Olympian to speak in city
    Henry James
    BRITAIN’S most decorated Olympian Sir Bradley Wiggins is to tour theatres throughout the UK with his live show.Bradley Wiggins: An Evening With provides an opportunity for fans to see the five-time Olympic Gold medallist and Tour De France winner share exclusive tales, prized memorabilia and career...Read More

  • One of Britain's greatest comedies opener of group's season
    By Ron Ellis
    One Man Two Guvnors at Little Theatre SOUTHPORT Dramatic Club open the new season at the Little Theatre with their presentation of one of Britain’s greatest comedies, One Man Two Guvnors, written by Richard Bean and based on Carlo Goldoni’s play - The Servant to Two Masters.Liam Rabbette takes the ...Read More

  • USA retain the Walker Cup at North West course
    Henry James
    GOOD crowds were at Royal Liverpool Golf Club to watch this year’s Walker Cup which was retained by the USA Team.It was the first time USA had won on GB&I soil since 2007 at Royal County Down and the margin of victory (15 ½ to 10 ½) was the best margin for a visiting USA team since Sunningdale in 1...Read More

  • Professor Alice Roberts gives 'engaging talk' at city theatre
    Henry James
    THE broadcaster Alice Roberts brought her Digging Into Britain’s Past tour to the Epstein Theatre in Liverpool on Saturday, September 7.It was an engaging look at her working life so far, and also an exploration of the different eras of time.She explained that she had started her career by studying...Read More

  • CCTV bid to catch yobs who attacked teenager on Formby beach
    Danielle Thompson
    CCTV images have been released in a bid to identify a gang who are believed to have used weapons including baseball bats, coshes and a spiked knuckle-duster in an ‘unprovoked attack’ on Formby beach in July.As reported in the Champion a teenager was beaten up so badly in the vicious attack by a g...Read More

  • Thousands see final Air Show display by RAF Tucano team
    Danielle Thompson
    AVIATION enthusiasts were among the thousands who flocked to the Southport Air Show in their thousands as the three-day event marked the last ever public display from the Tucano team.The three day event featured fireworks displays, aerial stunts and displays from the RAF Typhoon and SAAB Viggem.The...Read More

  • Former hairdresser Braves the Shave for charity
    Danielle Thompson
    A FORMER hairdresser has raised £600 by cutting her brunette locks off for charity to mark her father-in-law’s recovery from cancer.Mum-of-four Aimee Nothard, 31, from Southport, completed her ‘Brave the Shave’ fundraiser for the cancer charity Macmillan on Saturday, September 7 at The Salon on Eas...Read More

  • Blood Brothers is a 'must-see theatre experience'
    By Malcolm Hindle
    THE return of Blood Brothers to its spiritual home of Liverpool is always a theatrical event to remember.And so it proved once more when the acclaimed show arrived at the Empire for a 12-night run.Blood Brothers is one of theatrelands big hitters but nowhere does it receive a bigger and warmer welc...Read More

  • Sefton’s mayor’s charity receives £8,000 boost
    Tom Martin
    SEFTON charities have been boosted with an £8,000 donation after the money was raised through a scheme that recycles the metal from cremations.Mayor of Sefton, Cllr June Burns, was delighted to receive £8,000 from the Institute of Cemetery Crematorium Management (ICCM), which will go towards the Ma...Read More


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