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  • Marathon effort by Jack’s friends raises £2,000 in his memory
    Danielle Thompson
    FRIENDS of Jack Riding from Crosby who died suddenly of an undiagnosed heart condition last year after playing football  have raised £2,000 in his memory after taking part in a marathon.The group of mates, who knew 18-year-old Jack from their time at Sacred Heart Catholic College, decided to run ...Read More

  • Marathon effort by Jack’s friends raises £2,000 in his memory
    Danielle Thompson
    FRIENDS of Jack Riding from Crosby who died suddenly of an undiagnosed heart condition last year after playing football  have raised £2,000 in his memory after taking part in a marathon.The group of mates, who knew 18-year-old Jack from their time at Sacred Heart Catholic College, decided to run ...Read More

  • Firefighters to carry out test fire exercise at high rise tower
    Tom Martin
    AN empty high rise tower in Bootle will be used by firefighters for an exercise to test their skills at dealing with a major fire.On Thursday, June 27 residents don't need to worry at the sight of 13 fire engines and ten support vehicles arriving at Irlam House, on Church Walk, because it will all ...Read More

  • Lost Soul 2 is ‘another success for Royal Court’
    By Ron Ellis
    Lost Soul 2: Smigger’s Wrecked Head By Dave KirbyRoyal Cort Theatre, Liverpool FOLLOWING on from the amazing success of Dave Kirby’s Lost Soul, this sequel finds our hero, Smigger’ in a dilemma. He has just become a grandad and the thought of it has done his head in. He wants to go back to the 70’s...Read More

  • Go Zoe! All-electric car capable of 242 miles on a single charge
    Danielle Thompson
    RENAULT’S all-electric Zoe is now capable of travelling 242 miles on a single charge – nearly a third further than the outgoing version can manage.The five-door supermini is now being offered with a 52kWh battery rather than a 40kWh one, which is quicker to charge, offers more straight-line perform...Read More

  • Council wants to recruit more lollipop people!
    Malcolm Hindle
    LOLLIPOP men and women are needed by Sefton Council to help run school crossing patrols across the borough.The local authority's School Crossing Service wants to recruit parents, carers, school staff or anyone who may have a few hours to spare each week.The school crossing patrols are there to prov...Read More

  • Marathon effort by Jack’s friends raises £2,000 in his memory
    Tom Martin
    FRIENDS of Jack Riding from Crosby who died suddenly of an undiagnosed heart condition last year after playing football  have raised £2,000 in his memory after taking part in a marathon.The group of mates, who knew 18-year-old Jack from their time at Sacred Heart Catholic College, decided to run ...Read More

  • Council wants to recruit more lollipop men and women
    Tom Martin
    LOLLIPOP men and women are needed by Sefton Council to help run school crossing patrols across the borough.The local authority's School Crossing Service wants to recruit parents, carers, school staff or anyone who may have a few hours to spare each week.The school crossing patrols are there to prov...Read More

  • Tom to swim Channel for cancer charity
    Tom Martin
    A TEENAGER from Crosby will attempt to swim the English Channel this Saturday to raise £20,000 for a children's cancer charity.Tom Pritchard, 19, has been inspired to tak e part in the challenge after hearing about his younger brother’s friend, Cassius, who is only 12 but has been diagnosed with le...Read More

  • Archbishop of Westminster visits seafarers charity base
    Tom Martin
    A SEAFARERS  charity based in Crosby has had a special visit from the Archbishop of Westminster.Cardinal Vincent Nichols was invited to Liverpool Seafarers Centre to encourage the local community to support the plight of seafarers ahead of Sea Sunday, which will be held on Sunday, July 14.Sea Sunda...Read More

  • Off-licence robbed by knife-wielding thug wearing Everton scarf
    Tom Martin
    A KNIFE-wielding thug targeted an off-licence in Litherland during a mid-afternoon robbery.The brazen robber, who was wearing an Everton scarf,  used  a knife  to threaten two female staff members at Kelly's Discount Booze, on Kirkstone Road North, at around 2.30pm on Monday, June 17 when there w...Read More


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