Daily Archives: April 14, 2016




St Helens Council has teamed up with The Mersey Forest in an exciting new Merseyside-wide project, which aims to tackle physical and mental health inequalities using the natural environment. Called Nature4Health, the scheme supports local groups to provide high quality, evidence-based sessions utilising the assets of the local natural surroundings. […]

New bike rides to tour St Helens’ woodlands



NHS West Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is welcoming views about its ongoing re-procurement of local community health services, which includes some urgent care services. This re-procurement aims to improve the services for the local communities of West Lancashire through a vision known as Building For The Future.  The process […]

Have a question about the local community health services procurement?


West Lancashire is joining communities across the country in lighting a beacon to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday at Beacon Country Park, and you can come and join the celebrations. The Borough Council is organising an event on Thursday 21 April 2016, which will feature a short procession with local dignitaries […]

West Lancashire Borough Council invites you to celebrate the Queen’s ...


As a result of joint operational activities carried last week, the British Police Scotland and Romanian National Police and D.I.I.C.O.T, supported by Europol and Eurojust, have dismantled a Romanian organised criminal network involved in trafficking of Romanian victims, exploited in the sex market in Scotland. Supported on-the-spot by Europol experts, […]

Human trafficking network involved in sexual exploitation dismantled in Scotland