In with a shout to support Marie Curie Cancer Care

3:00pm Saturday 10th December 2011

BINGO players at a club in St Helens have notched up almost £1,900 for their chosen charity this year.

Meet new team at Inglenook

10:00am Saturday 10th December 2011

IT’S a case of back with the old and in with the new at the Lavender Farm on Rainford bypass.

Party time at the church hall

12:49pm Friday 9th December 2011

THE annual Christmas party of St Helens Multiple Sclerosis Society takes place on Tuesday, December 13 at 7.30pm at St Julie’s Church Hall in Eccleston.

Fair old time at centre

12:37pm Friday 9th December 2011

THE Lester Drive Centre in Eccleston will be holding its Christmas Fair this Saturday, Dec 10.

Beavers enjoy birthday celebrations

11:39am Friday 2nd December 2011

LMOST 200 youngsters enjoyed a cracking party… to celebrate their own birthday!

Crimebusters earn community salute

1:00pm Thursday 28th July 2011

IN JUST over a year, a group of dedicated volunteers has helped reduce the level of nuisance behaviour in their neighbourhood through a series of community projects.

Worms wriggle into mini oasis

12:15pm Thursday 28th July 2011

GREEN-FINGERED members of a local community group have had their efforts to cultivate their very own ‘Garden of Eden’ honoured with a prestigious award.

All action at summer playscheme

12:00pm Thursday 28th July 2011

THE summer may have been a wash out so far, but it won’t dampen the fun at Newton Community Centre’s Summer Playscheme.

George in the driver’s seat

11:46am Thursday 28th July 2011

THE man behind speed humps and double yellow lines in the town was guest speaker at the annual meeting of St Helens Advanced Motorists.

Want to go walkabout?

9:29am Monday 25th July 2011

NEIGHBOURS on Four Acre can get out and give their views on the move by taking part in Helena’s estate walkabout on Thursday, July 28 with people meeting at the Millersdale office at 1.30pm.

Something fishy down Siding Lane

5:55pm Friday 22nd July 2011

TWO JUNIOR fishing days are to take place so youngsters can learn how to be responsible anglers and pick up tips on improving catch rates.

Come and meet your PCSOs

10:42am Thursday 21st July 2011

HARDSHAW Tenants and Residents Association will be holding a surgery at the Baptist Church Hall’s Capstone Cafe in Hall Street, today (Thursday).

Businessman puts some muscle into fitness studio

10:00am Saturday 16th July 2011

WHAT started out as a fitness camp with just four members has grown into a full-scale business for local man Steve Cooper.

Cubs are buzzing with excitement

9:00am Saturday 16th July 2011

THE Cubs at 24th Garswood pack have been busy little bees of late, buzzing with excitement at their brand new bee hive.

Fete frolics brings in the cash

5:00pm Friday 15th July 2011

A DEDICATED squad of volunteers who put on a calendar of lively social events for a village community staged an old time fete after receiving a £500 cash boost.

Law firm expands into town

5:00pm Thursday 14th July 2011

A NEW law firm has opened an office in St Helens.

School's summer fayre

4:30pm Thursday 14th July 2011

PARENTS and friends of Sherdley Primary are holding a summer fayre on Saturday, July 16 from 11-3pm.

Well you in Dawn's career

4:10pm Friday 24th June 2011

RECOGNISE any old school chums in this photo? This is just one of the classes from Sutton High in 1987.

Can you help caring travel team?

3:48pm Friday 24th June 2011

THE Co-operative Travel St Helens branch in Bridge Street are holding a prize tombola for to raise cash for Mencap on July 1 and 2 and are appealing to local businesses to donate a prize to this worthy cause.

Festival fun

10:33am Friday 24th June 2011

VILLAGERS in Seneley Green will be holding their annual Carnival on Saturday, June 25 at Garswood United AFC, Garswood Road.

Pop at White House

12:18pm Thursday 16th June 2011

RAINFORD Brass Band will be hosting its Summer Pops concert 2011, at White House Farm, in Rainford.

Long-serving hospital duo retire

12:52pm Thursday 16th June 2011

TWO high profile business leaders have retired from their roles on the board of a charitable organisation.

A musical thank you from Lynn

11:00am Sunday 12th June 2011

CANCER survivors devise many wonderful ways of saying thank you to the dedicated care teams who see them through their darkest days.

School festival hailed as ‘terrific evening’

9:30am Saturday 11th June 2011

ST CUTHBERT’S High School’s second dance and music festival has been a roaring success.

Gary cashes in for the hospice

12:34pm Friday 10th June 2011

AS Dream celebrates its second birthday, one of its leading lights has raised £2,000 for Willowbrook Hospice through a series of talks about the St Helens landmark.

Walkers get ready for 85-mile trek

12:00pm Saturday 4th June 2011

MEMBERS of Prescot Walking Group are preparing to go the distance with an immense relay spanning 85 miles between Horseshoe Falls, Llangollen and Waterloo Bridge, Runcorn.

Step out and explore

11:30am Friday 3rd June 2011

LOCAL and natural history buffs will be pleased to hear about St Helens Council Rangers’ latest expedition around the picturesque Bold Loop.

Family fun day

11:02am Thursday 2nd June 2011

ST JAMES the Great Church in Haydock is holding a family fun day and car boot sale on Saturday, June 18, between 10am and 2pm.

Soroptimists going green

10:00am Thursday 2nd June 2011

A GREEN gang of local Soroptimists is holding a textile recycling collection to raise funds for good causes.

Tee time!

3:19pm Monday 30th May 2011

Tee time!

Strawberry grows its own bus services

10:00am Friday 27th May 2011

FAMILY-run operator Strawberry Bus is expanding its services again by taking over the 319 route from St Helens to Ormskirk via Rainford.

Busy days ahead

3:27pm Thursday 26th May 2011

IF last year is anything to go by, Andy Perry, new president of St Helens Soroptimists, is never going to have a dull moment.

Twirling back in time to golden era

3:20pm Thursday 26th May 2011

WALTZ back to Hollywood’s golden years with a nostalgic, themed Grand Tea Dance at St Helens Town Hall on Thursday, June 2.

Be a princess at fun day

12:00pm Saturday 21st May 2011

ARE you a pirate hunting for treasure, or a princess looking for her glass slipper?

Echoes of blacksmith’s trade

5:00pm Friday 20th May 2011

SOUNDS of the blacksmith will echo from the Smithy Heritage Centre at Kiln Lane, Eccleston on Saturday (May 21).

Book signing on the farm

2:00pm Friday 20th May 2011

A ST HELENS-born author will be signing copies of his books at Fir Tree Farm in King’s Moss this weekend.

Club connects young people with their community

8:00am Friday 20th May 2011

YOUNGSTERS and neighbours in Parr are saluting the work of The Derbyshire Hill Youth Club.

Healthy competition

5:00pm Thursday 19th May 2011

THE St Helens Healthy Heart Support Group is holding a quiz night at the Sidac Club, Wheatsheaf Avenue, Sutton Leach on Saturday, June 4.

Fitness crew offer up choccy mountain

4:57pm Thursday 19th May 2011

A SQUAD of fitness fans didn’t give in to temptation to tuck into those calorie-rich Easter eggs.

Book marks church centenary

1:00pm Thursday 19th May 2011

LOCAL writer Audrey Westhead is publishing a special book to celebrate the centenary of St Thomas of Canterbury Church, Windleshaw, this July.

Clubhouse to host meeting of Royal Engineers

6:00pm Friday 13th May 2011

The Royal Engineers Association will meet at St Helens Cricket Club, Windleshaw Road, on Tuesday 17 May at 8pm.

Digging into Sefton's coastal history

6:03pm Thursday 12th May 2011

ARCHAEOLOGIST Mark Adams will deliver an illustrated talk on ‘The Archaeology of the Sefton Coast’ at 7.30pm, Monday, May 16 at the Friends Meeting House, Church Street.

Church events to boost funds

3:54pm Wednesday 11th May 2011

St Peter’s Church, Newton-le-Willows are holding a car boot sale on the church car park on Saturday, May 14.

Rummage sale to boost church funds

3:30pm Wednesday 11th May 2011

PEASLEY Cross United Reformed Church is holding a rummage sale at 6.30pm on Friday, May 13.

Fancy a sail on a barge with National Trust?

9:46am Monday 9th May 2011

ST HELENS National Trust Centre are organising a coach outing to Skipton on Thursday, May 19 for a three-hour barge trip.

Fancy a big breakfast at All Saints?

11:21am Friday 6th May 2011

ALL SAINTS Church on Ellamsbridge Road will be holding a Big Breakfast Morning with a rummage and bric-a-brac sale on Saturday, 7 May at 10:30am. Entrance is 20p, and all proceeds will go to the church funds.

Church plant sale raises cash for Malawi orphans

11:18am Friday 6th May 2011

OUR Lady’s Portico Church Hall in Eccleston will be holding a plant sale on Saturday 7 May at noon.

Dig in for the great compost giveaway

11:03am Friday 6th May 2011

FANCY some free compost this weekend?

Tone up

1:00pm Saturday 30th April 2011

IF you are looking to improve your health and tone up Pilates classes may fit the bill.

Green-themed quiz is a hit

11:00am Friday 29th April 2011

EVERGREEN residents in Raglan Court raised over £100 for the Alzheimer’s Society at a St Patrick’s themed afternoon quiz.


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