FALLEN trees and damage to a supermarket roof and a leisure centre have been among incidents caused in St Helens by the stormy weather over the past 48 hours.

On Sunday, due to a structural issue caused by the weather, Queens Park Health & Fitness was closed for around a couple of hours while staff conducted a clean up.

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Meanwhile, on Monday damage was caused to the roof of Home Bargains on Haydock Street, Newton-le-Willows.

PCSOs attended the store following the incident yesterday. The store is as open as normal.

St Helens Star:

St Helens Council has been dealing with numerous incidents of windblown trees blocking roads and lanes across the borough.

Incidents reported today (Tuesday) to St Helens include:

• Mill Lane, Rainhill - A large windblown tree from private property has blocked both lanes, the road has been closed at Tower College and the landowner has private contractors in situ removing the tree.

• Blundells Lane - A police report of one lane blocked by a large branch, this has now been made safe and removed.

• Eccleston Lane Ends School - A windblown tree from a neighbouring property has now been removed.

• The windblown trees at Longton Lane School & Delamere Avenue have now been removed

• Call out to Helenbank Drive at 4pm yesterday (Monday) some dead Hawthorn hedgerow covered in ivy fell blocking road - removed

• Branch down in Victoria Park - being dealt with

• Two fallen Sorbus trees at Broadway Eccleston (one had fallen and damaged the other) - removed

• Tree down in the old tennis courts wood - is safe and down, and will be dealt with as soon as possible

• Tree down corner of Pasture lane and The Rainford Bypass - is being dealt with

• Sankey Valley Park near Bradlegh Road car park tree down - is safe and down, and will be dealt with as soon as possible

• Corpus Christie School fallen branches into neighbours garden - is being dealt with