Tuition art students rewarded

GCSE art students from St Helens Council’s Tuition Service welcomed guests into the Beacon Building last week as they showcased their work at an annual arts exhibition. Attended by parents, pupils external agencies, and guests of honour, the Mayor and Mayoress of St Helens Councillor Joe Pearson and wife Sylvia, this year’s show was an … Read more

Have your say on school crossing patrol service

With savings of £20.6m needed to be found by 2020, St Helens Council is facing unprecedented financial challenges and as such is reviewing how it provides a number of its services, including its discretionary school crossing patrol (SCP) function. As a result of budgetary pressures, local authorities locally and nationally have already ceased their SCP … Read more

Experience a World War One trench this Armed Forces Day

Military displays, musical entertainment and a World War One simulation dome will come to Leigh Civic Square next weekend as Armed Forces Day returns. Wigan Council has organised the event, which will take place on Saturday 24th June in Leigh. Veterans are encouraged to enjoy a free breakfast in Leigh Market at 10am ahead of … Read more