Liverpool City Council is providing a document verifying and scanning service from next week [Tuesday] that will support EU citizens who … More
Young people are being asked to design a front cover for a special anthology to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
This year’s event on Friday 25 January marked the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. Powerful words: The launch of the … More
WHEN Jack Stamper was a lad, he used to ‘skip’ into town from Liverpool’s Coburg Dock on the back of the nearest passing coal cart or goods’ wagon.
As we enter into 2019, I want to issue a heartfelt thank you to all the staff and partners of Liverpool … More
THEY come from all walks of life and give up thousands of hours each week to help others….
They provide vital support in many different areas of city life including culture, health and wellbeing, training and community development…
And their contribution to the Liverpool economy is worth a staggering £171m a year.
They are Liverpool’s army of volunteers and it’s fair to say that the city would be a much poorer place without them.
CAN you make a difference to life in Woolton?
That’s the big question being posed to community and voluntary groups in the Liverpool suburb as part of an annual local grant funding scheme.
Liverpool City Council offices and buildings have become food collection points as part of a campaign to support vulnerable people over the festive period.
People are being invited to write poems which will be read out at Liverpool’s Holocaust Memorial Day service in January 2019.
The Veterans HQ based on Breck Road, today revealed the long lost fireplace surround that once adorned the Tiber Street Council … More