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Fazakerley Community Federation

New ‘Fed Club’ begins at Fazakerley Community Federation

The 'Fed Club' began last Tuesday at Fazakerley Community Federation. The club is a new weekly event for those who need a helping hand throughout the week with food. Fazakerley Community Federation set up the food drive which offers fresh fruit...

“They had to drive home in their socks” British Gas engineers quit after fire...

Hundreds of employees of the country’s largest energy supplier lost their job last week as the company tried to change contracts and pushed through controversial proposals. 7,500 service engineers have been affected by British Gas’ new contracts, which asked workers...
Liverpool Cathedral

Thefts targeting Liverpool churches at a five-year low

Thefts targeting churches and religious buildings in Liverpool are at a five-year low according to Merseyside Police statistics. A freedom of information request reveals thefts from churches hit a five year low from January 2020 to February 2021. A total of...

Outrage at Liverpool club events while funerals face restrictions

A grieving Liverpool daughter has hit out at new pilot social events being held in the city which she says "laughs in the face" of those who have lost someone during the pandemic. Funerals are still only allowing 30 attendees...
Cannabis farm found by Merseyside Police in St Helens. edit

Man arrested and two cannabis farms seized in St Helens.

Officers have arrested a man and seized two cannabis farms from addresses in St Helens this week.
Little Peacock Coffee Shop

‘Pandemic parents’ supported by Mossley Hill coffee shop

'Pandemic parents' who gave birth during lockdown can now attend support groups at Little Peacock coffee shop in Mossley Hill. Between April and June 2020, the strictest lockdown period, 153,464 babies were born in England and Wales. However, until now, new...
Seeds of Change promo

New art project aiming to tackle litter problems in Liverpool

A Liverpool Theatre company is starting a new community art project aimed at tackling litter in Liverpool. The Seeds of Change project will work with community groups to create a project using litter found on the streets. The project wants to...

First week back in Liverpool’s independent shops

Liverpool is full of activity once again since non-essential shops were able to reopen along with other venues. In the city centre shoppers have flocked in their masses to shop at retailers in L1, but also to much-loved independents. Beth Crosbie...
St Helens

St Helens organisations sought for bids for new Government Fund

Community groups in St Helens are being urged to apply for funding for projects from a new government fund. Liverpool City Region Combined Authority is seeking bids from St Helens organisations to access the £220m UK Community Renewal Fund. The invitation...
Liver Building

Liver Building shortlisted for national award

One of Liverpool's most famous buildings has been nominated for a prestigious award. Liverpool’s Royal Liver Building has been shortlisted for the Planning Excellence Award from the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).It has been included in the Heritage and Culture...