Prepayment meter cap should stop poorest households paying over the odds

The energy regulator Ofgem has today announced that the prepayment meter price cap will save typical prepayment customers around £80 a year when it comes into effect in April. The national charity Citizens Advice has welcomed the savings this will bring prepayment meter customers but has called for the government to cut bills for other … Read more

A kaleidoscope of colours at the Chapel Gallery!

Families are invited to visit the Chapel Gallery this half-term for free and enjoy bright and colourful activities led by professional artists Sharon Kelly and Andy Shaw. Children of all ages and their families can make and decorate their own colourful kaleidoscopes and colour spinners. The following free drop-in sessions take place between 10:30am – … Read more

Children and Young People 5 ways to Wellbeing campaign launched

A campaign which seeks to promote children and young people’s health and wellbeing has been launched by St Helens Council’s Healthy Living team. ‘Children and Young People 5 ways to Wellbeing’ aims to encourage 10,000 children and young people across the borough to adopt five simple evidence-based actions that can help them become happier, healthier … Read more