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  • Greenbank pupils commemorate WWI centenary
    Henry James
    PUPILS at Greenbank High School in Southport have been commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War with a production called One Hundred Years.The show was created and directed by the head of drama Deborah Bloom, and featured music, drama and poetry from a cast of 45 pupils, as wel...Read More

  • Luke braves the shave for charity!
    Tom Martin
    A CHEF in Crosby who grew dreadlocks for nearly ten years chopped it all off to raise more than £1,000 for charity.Luke Guy, 25, braved the shave last week after deciding it was the right time for a new-look and the idea led to a charity night held at So Salsa restaurant, where he works.The money ...Read More

  • Buddy Holly Lives was a 'special night of nostalgia'
    By Ron Ellis
    Buddy Holly LivesEpstein Theatre, LiverpoolIT was a sold out show at the Epstein Theatre on Friday night when Asa Murphy, Liverpool’s No.1 Swing Singer, brought his Buddy Holly Lives show into town and what a momentous event it was.This was the story of one of the most talented and influential perf...Read More

  • Win tickets to hit new musical
    Henry James
    GARY Barlow and Tim Firth’s musical comedy, Calendar Girls The Musical production is touring the UK and Ireland, and will be visiting the Liverpool Empire from November 27 to December 1 and the Champion has five pairs of tickets to give away for the show.The film is based on the true story, the fil...Read More

  • Police growing concerned for missing teenager from Skelmersdale
    Henry James
    POLICE are growing concerned for a missing teenager from Skelmersdale.Jasmine Dunnett, 15, was last seen at an address on Tarlswood, at about 5.10pm on November 13.She is white, with shoulder length dark brown hair. She was last seen wearing black leggings, black coat with a fur and white trainers....Read More

  • Business leaders team up to raise funds for animal charity
    Danielle Thompson
    BUSINESS leaders have joined forces to raise funds to protect neglected and abused animals.The Southport, Ormskirk and District Animal Centre based on New Cut Lane in Southport received a welcome £445 boost for its vital work from the Southport Business Leaders Network, which raised the money durin...Read More

  • Business leaders team up to raise funds for animal charity
    Danielle Thompson
    BUSINESS leaders have joined forces to raise funds to protect neglected and abused animals.The Southport, Ormskirk and District Animal Centre based on New Cut Lane in Southport received a welcome £445 boost for its vital work from the Southport Business Leaders Network, which raised the money durin...Read More

  • Sea Cadets swim to victory
    Danielle Thompson
    SOUTHPORT Sea Cadets have won a North West swimming competition.The group of talented swimmers won not only the North West Lancashire District Swimming Competition, they then went on to smash the regional competition in Blackpool earlier this month.Nikki Fell from the group said: “Our cadets brough...Read More

  • Alice in Wonderland event boosts funds for community
    Danielle Thompson
    A SPECIAL Alice in Wonderland themed event has boosted funds for community activities.Openwell Southport, a community-based church group, held a fundraising event at their new location at West Park on Albert Road in Southport which was supported by other local Christian churches. The theme was the ...Read More

  • GP in trek across Andes to raise funds for Clatterbridge
    Henry James
    A SOUTHPORT GP is cycling almost 500km across the Andes Mountains to raise funds for the Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.Niall Leonard started his trek on Monday, November 19, and hopes to finish on Sunday (November 25). He has already raised £1,180.He said: “Every year thousands of individuals and t...Read More

  • Youngsters enjoy fun activity day out
    Danielle Thompson
    YOUNGSTERS from a primary school in Birkdale enjoyed a thrilling day out at an activity centre.Year Two pupils aged six and seven from St Theresa's Catholic Infant and Nursery School on Everton Road visited Rock and River in Ormskirk, where they took part in activities including archery, climbing a...Read More


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