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  • 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

  • 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

  • Miss Southport reveals the charities she has chosen
    Danielle Thompson
    MISS Southport has revealed the four charities that she will be working hard to raise funds for during her year in the role.Politics Master's degree student Jennifer Amy Leigh, who was crowned in the role last month, is also set to travel to Kelham Hall in Nottinghamshire to battle it out against 6...Read More

  • Archery ace Jack’s on target for title at the double . . .
    Henry James
    TALENTED Skelmersdale archer Jack Grogan has hit the target again.After winning the Early Bird tournament at the Assheton Bowmen at the end of April, he returned to the Manchester club to triumph again in the Lancashire Archery Championships organised by the Lancashire Archery Association.Desp...Read More

  • Appeal to find missing man
    Tom Martin
    POLICE are appealing for help in finding a missing man from Bootle.Ryan Clarke, 29, who was born John Woodcock, was last seen at 12.20am on Beatrice Street in Bootle on Wednesday, June 6.He is described as white, 6ft tall, of slim build, and speaks with a Manchester accent.When he was last seen Rya...Read More

  • Skem man, 23, pleads guilty to plotting to murder Rosie Cooper
    Henry James
    A 23-YEAR-OLD man from Skelmersdale pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey last Tuesday to plotting to murder West Lancs MP, Rosie Cooper.Last summer, Jack Renshaw bought a Gladius machete to kill Ms Cooper.On the first day of a trial, expected to last five weeks, Renshaw, an alleged member of the banned...Read More

  • Shoe firm makes donation to charity
    Henry James
    HOTTER shoe company opened its Skelmersdale factory last month to the international non-profit Soles4Souls, donating 1,000 pairs of shoes to help create opportunities for people in need across the globe.Eleven student volunteers with the organisation visited the UK’s biggest shoemaker to see the hi...Read More


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