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  1. Place your bids for Fleetwood beach chalets uk

    A slice of beachside life is on offer as bids are invited for the last few remaining beach chalets in Fleetwood. Following ...

    A slice of beachside life is on offer as bids are invited for the last few remaining beach chalets in Fleetwood. Following a previous tender exercise there is an opportunity for bidders to submit an offer for the last few remaining brand new beach chalets. The chalets, of timber and glass...

    21/06/2016
  2. Merseyside cancer centre selected to provide advanced brain tumour treatment uk

    The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust has been chosen as one of 16 centres across the country to deliver ...

    The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust has been chosen as one of 16 centres across the country to deliver stereotactic radiosurgery and radiotherapy (SRS/SRT) – specialist forms of radiotherapy that can be used to treat patients with brain tumours. The decision has been announced...

    20/06/2016
  3. Wanted Jason David Main uk

    Merseyside Police is calling on the publics help to catch a convicted burglar from North Wales who has breached the conditions ...

    Merseyside Police is calling on the public’s help to catch a convicted burglar from North Wales who has breached the conditions of his release from prison. Jason David Main, aged 26, from Rhyl, failed to keep to probation appointments in Liverpool following his release from prison half way...

    19/06/2016
  4. Planned roadworks in the North West uk

    The following summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week is correct as of Friday 17 June, and could ...

    The following summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week is correct as of Friday 17 June, and could be subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances. All our improvement work is carried out with the aim of causing as little disruption as...

    17/06/2016
  5. Last chance to enter the West Lancashire Open Exhibition 2016 uk

    There is still time to request your entry form for the prestigious West Lancashire Open Exhibition at the Chapel Gallery. You ...

    There is still time to request your entry form for the prestigious West Lancashire Open Exhibition at the Chapel Gallery. You don't have to be an artist to exhibit at the Exhibition. If you enjoy painting, drawing or taking photographs and friends and family comment on your talent, now is the...

    17/06/2016
  6. Environment Agency unveils new rod licence images uk

    The Environment Agency unveils its new design for this years rod licences for the new fishing season which starts on ...

    The Environment Agency unveils its new design for this year’s rod licences for the new fishing season which starts on 16/06/2016. Designed by renowned angling and wildlife artist, David Miller, the new rod licences go on sale today. The image on this year’s non-migratory trout and coarse...

    15/06/2016
  7. Driver advice for Cheshire Show uk

    Drivers using the M6, the M56 and the A556 in Cheshire next week are being reminded that the popular Cheshire County Show is ...

    Drivers using the M6, the M56 and the A556 in Cheshire next week are being reminded that the popular Cheshire County Show is taking place on Tuesday and Wednesday (21 and 22 June). Highways England events planning manager Chris Chadwick said: “We will be working to get visitors into and...

    15/06/2016
  8. More charging points will help Lancashire drivers go electric uk

    Lancashire County Council is working on a project to introduce more charging points for people who own electric vehicles. ...

    Lancashire County Council is working on a project to introduce more charging points for people who own electric vehicles. The council was successful in a bid for £14.8m from the Department for Transport's Highway Maintenance Challenge Fund to invest in new technology, with some of the budget...

    15/06/2016
  9. Great British Coastal Conference announced uk

    Communities Minister announces conference to help the Great British Coast reach its enormous economic potential. A ...

    Communities Minister announces conference to help the Great British Coast reach its enormous economic potential. A conference to help the Great British Coast reach its enormous economic potential will be held in Brighton on 30 June 2016, Communities Minister Mark Francois announced today. ...

    14/06/2016
  10. Manchesters smart motorway enters new phase uk

    The latest phase of a major project to tackle congestion and improve journey times on the M60 and M62 is due to start on Tuesday ...

    The latest phase of a major project to tackle congestion and improve journey times on the M60 and M62 is due to start on Tuesday 14 June. Contractors for Highways England will begin work to upgrade 56 overhead gantries on the 17-mile smart motorway route between junction 8 of the M60 near Sale...

    14/06/2016
  11. Euro 2016 violence: UK government statement uk

    The UK government condemns the violence in Marseille and welcomes the UEFA decision to launch an investigation into the unrest. ...

    The UK government condemns the violence in Marseille and welcomes the UEFA decision to launch an investigation into the unrest. A government spokesperson said: The UK government is deeply concerned by the violence in Marseille , including reports that in some cases England fans were...

    13/06/2016
  12. Stats show upsurge in people doing sport uk

    Sport figures reveal an extra 340,000 people in England getting active. New figures from our Active People Survey show that ...

    Sport figures reveal an extra 340,000 people in England getting active. New figures from our Active People Survey show that 15.83 million people over the age of 16 played sport in the last year. That's a return to the level seen after the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. And it...

    12/06/2016
  13. Southbound M6 closures at Broughton for bridge repairs uk

    The southbound M6 at Broughton Interchange near Preston in Lancashire will be closed for 3 nights later this month for bridge ...

    The southbound M6 at Broughton Interchange near Preston in Lancashire will be closed for 3 nights later this month for bridge repairs. Highways England is repairing the bridge which carries the link road from the southbound M6, over the M6 itself and then onto the westbound M55. The repairs...

    11/06/2016
  14. Coastal deaths at five-year high: RNLI warns to Respect the Water uk

    Coastal fatality figures* released today (9 June) by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) show the number of deaths at ...

    Coastal fatality figures* released today (9 June) by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) show the number of deaths at the UK coast reached a five-year high in 2015, with 168 people losing their lives. The number of near-fatal incidents was higher still, with the RNLI’s UK lifeboat...

    09/06/2016
  15. Man sought by Barnet Borough for being wanted on recall to prison uk

    Police in Barnet Borough are releasing an image of a man who they need to trace for being wanted on recall to prison. Lester ...

    Police in Barnet Borough are releasing an image of a man who they need to trace for being wanted on recall to prison. Lester Jackson, 47, was convicted in July 1991 of murder and robbery of Hugh Paton in Finchley in August 1990. He is wanted on recall to prison for breaching the terms of his...

    09/06/2016
  16. Electoral Commission Statement-Deadline Extended uk

    The deadline for registering to vote in the EU referendum has been extended, the government has said. Cabinet Office minister ...

    The deadline for registering to vote in the EU referendum has been extended, the government has said. Cabinet Office minister Matt Hancock said the government would legislate to extend the cut-off until midnight on Thursday. It follows a computer glitch which left some people unable to sign up...

    08/06/2016
  17. Police Appeal to Trace Wanted Ian Goodwin in connection with sexual offences. uk

    Police are appealing to trace 47-year-old Ian Goodwin, who is wanted in connection with sexual offences. Goodwin, from the ...

    Police are appealing to trace 47-year-old Ian Goodwin, who is wanted in connection with sexual offences. Goodwin, from the Eston area, has failed to answer his bail and has been circulated as wanted to all police forces in the UK. He is described as large build, with brown eyes, around 6ft...

    08/06/2016
  18. Annual open day for Merseyside Transport heritage charity uk

    The Merseyside Transport Trust (MTT) will be holding its annual Open Day event on Sunday 10th July to raise funds for the upkeep ...

    The Merseyside Transport Trust (MTT) will be holding its annual Open Day event on Sunday 10th July to raise funds for the upkeep of its fleet of over 50 historic vehicles. This is a rare and unique opportunity to see the vast collection of buses (and a train) in various stages of restoration....

    08/06/2016
  19. A stunning new book about the Sefton coast is now on sale. uk

    'Sandscape the cultural and natural heritage of the Sefton coast' is now available at selected outlets. The hardback title ...

    'Sandscape – the cultural and natural heritage of the Sefton coast' is now available at selected outlets. The hardback title looks at everything on this marvellous coastline from the flora and fauna to aviation history, and is graced by superb images from some of the best photographers in the...

    08/06/2016
  20. Children mistaking dangerous laundry tablets for sweets every day uk

    Parents are being warned of the major health risks of children mistaking potentially harmful dishwasher and laundry capsules for ...

    Parents are being warned of the major health risks of children mistaking potentially harmful dishwasher and laundry capsules for sweets, after figures showed at least one case is happening every day. The Local Government Association, which represents more than 370 councils with responsibility...

    07/06/2016
  21. 17.5m Penwortham Bypass: Have your say uk

    People can give their views on the latest plans for the proposed Penwortham Bypass, before the planning application is submitted. ...

    People can give their views on the latest plans for the proposed Penwortham Bypass, before the planning application is submitted. A six week public consultation starts Monday 6 June and runs until Friday 15 July. This includes local events that people can attend. The public are also being...

    07/06/2016
  22. Driver advice for Manchesters Parklife event uk

    Music lovers heading to the Parklife festival at Manchester's Heaton Park this week are being encouraged to plan their journeys ...

    Music lovers heading to the Parklife festival at Manchester's Heaton Park this week are being encouraged to plan their journeys and consider using public transport to get there. Highways England is warning drivers congestion is likely around the local motorway network at key times over the...

    07/06/2016
  23. M58 Junction 4 Cycle Improvement Scheme uk

    M58 Junction 4 Cycle Improvement Scheme As part of our work to improve facilities for cyclists and pedestrians over the M58 ...

    M58 Junction 4 Cycle Improvement Scheme As part of our work to improve facilities for cyclists and pedestrians over the M58 we are carrying out bridge parapet modifications. To allow the parapet work to be done safely there will be a 9pm to 5am closure of the carriageway on Tuesday...

    06/06/2016
  24. Planned roadworks in the North West uk

    Planned road works in the North West summary for Monday, 6 June to Sunday, 12 June 2016 The following summary of ...

    Planned road works in the North West – summary for Monday, 6 June to Sunday, 12 June 2016 The following summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week is correct as of Friday, 3 June, and could be subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen...

    04/06/2016
  25. Blackpool Pride Festival Parade uk

    Last year saw another fantastic Pride Parade make its way down Blackpools famous Promenade. With wonderfully decorated floats, ...

    Last year saw another fantastic Pride Parade make its way down Blackpool’s famous Promenade. With wonderfully decorated floats, fabulous costumes, lively participants, super volunteers and thousands of spectators lining the route it was an amazing sight to see. This year the Parade will be...

    03/06/2016
  26. More superspan gantries arrive on M62 for smart motorway project uk

    More superspan gantries crossing whole sections of the M60 and M62 Manchester smart motorway project will be installed from ...

    More ‘superspan’ gantries crossing whole sections of the M60 and M62 Manchester smart motorway project will be installed from Thursday 2 June. Contractors for Highways England are installing 3 giant overhead gantries during June, which will carry message and variable speed limit signs. ...

    03/06/2016
  27. Adoption information evening come along and find out more uk

    Anyone thinking about starting or growing their family through adoption is invited to an information evening in Preston to find ...

    Anyone thinking about starting or growing their family through adoption is invited to an information evening in Preston to find out more. The event will be held on Tuesday 14 June 2016 at County Hall, on Fishergate Hill in Preston, from 6pm to 7:30pm. Following a short presentation, members...

    02/06/2016
  28. Exclusive Charity Art Preview Evening uk

    At the end of the 18th century Henry Blundell of Ince Blundell Hall amassed a spectacular collection of antique sculpture to rival ...

    At the end of the 18th century Henry Blundell of Ince Blundell Hall amassed a spectacular collection of antique sculpture to rival that of the British Museum. He housed the collection is a specially built classical temple as well as a scaled down replica of the Pantheon in Rome. The historical...

    02/06/2016
  29. Victorian Plumbing to Headline Sponsor Southport Flower Show 2016 uk

    Victorian Plumbing is proud to announce that it will be the headline sponsor at the 2016 Southport Flower Show. The ...

    Victorian Plumbing is proud to announce that it will be the headline sponsor at the 2016 Southport Flower Show. The Merseyside-based online bathroom retailer will be supporting the event, held from 18-21st August. Their presence will include a large trade stand featuring a walled marquee,...

    01/06/2016
  30. Vulcan makes historic return to Town for Rally uk

    Believed to be the oldest surviving Vulcan motorcar in the world will be making a nostalgic trip back to its hometown when it ...

    Believed to be the oldest surviving Vulcan motorcar in the world will be making a nostalgic trip back to its hometown when it takes centre stage at this year’s Woodvale Rally in Southport later this month (June 18 and 19). The 10hp, twin cylinder model with two seats, manufactured in Southport...

    31/05/2016
  31. Social Media Users Urged To #KlickItOut This Summer uk

    New Campaign Launched To Kick Social Media Abuse Out of Football ...

    New Campaign Launched To Kick Social Media Abuse Out of Football Kick It Out, football’s equality and inclusion organisation, is calling on football supporters to #KlickItOut as the ...

    31/05/2016
  32. Renewed appeal to find missing Fylde man uk

    Police are continuing to appeal for information about a man missing from the Fylde area. Shane Graham (pictured below), ...

    Police are continuing to appeal for information about a man missing from the Fylde area. Shane Graham (pictured below), 26, from Ansdell, was last seen walking towards Inner Promenade from an address in Eddington Road, St Annes, around noon on April 29. He is described as white, with...

    31/05/2016
  33. Mr Bloom to Perform Stage Show at Southport Flower Show uk

    Childrens TV star Mr Bloom is to take a break from his famous nursery to meet visitors at the show on Saturday 20th August. ...

    Children’s TV star Mr Bloom is to take a break from his famous nursery to meet visitors at the show on Saturday 20th August. Mr Bloom, played by Ben Faulks, is a gardener who helps children to get involved and inspired by nature. Each episode sees a small group of children (whom he calls...

    31/05/2016
  34. Safety camera vans now enforce mobile phone offences uk

    What is the penalty for using a mobile phone while driving? 3 penalty points and a £100 fine. Safety camera vans now ...

    What is the penalty for using a mobile phone while driving? 3 penalty points and a £100 fine. Safety camera vans now enforce mobile phone offences, as well as drivers not wearing a seat belt and speeding motorists. Talking, texting or downloading data onto your phone requires you to...

    29/05/2016
  35. Calling all mobile users... text 78070 to reduce nuisance calls uk

    Calling all mobile users... text 78070 to reduce nuisance calls Mobile phone users can send a simple, free text message to opt ...

    Calling all mobile users... text 78070 to reduce nuisance calls Mobile phone users can send a simple, free text message to opt out of unsolicited sales and marketing calls as of last friday. The 'text-to-register' service, launched by the Telephone Preference Service (TPS)1 and Ofcom, enables...

    29/05/2016
  36. Environment Agency enforcement targets close season offenders uk

    Environment Agency enforcement teams have been cracking down on illegal fishing during the first few weeks of the coarse fish ...

    Environment Agency enforcement teams have been cracking down on illegal fishing during the first few weeks of the coarse fish close season. Environment Agency enforcement teams have been busy cracking down on illegal fishing during the first few weeks of the coarse fish close season....

    27/05/2016

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