July 9, 2020
We can’t let cities of culture collapse
Food Bank Diary June 2020
A Sailor Surgeon’s Experience of Covid 19
Hospitality hot spot gearing up for great outdoors
Central Library to reopen on 13 July
Statement on Coronavirus procedures in Liverpool’s care homes
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Polish Midsummer Festival
Liverpool One will host a fantastic Polish Midsummer Festival this weekend, with live Polish folklore music
Town Hall repairs start
Repairs to the stonework at Liverpool Town Hall have started. The work to the stonework, which was damaged during the Blitz, is essential as its condition is now considered a safety risk.
Summer Solstice River Mersey walk to raise funds for cancer services
A leading cancer clinician and acancer nurse are encouraging families across Merseyside to sign up for The Summer Solstice Walk in support of cancer services at The Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
Community given food for thought
Toxteth residents are being encouraged to produce their own food.
Liverpool Gets Crafty at the Summer Arts Market
St George's Hall throws open its doors for the first ever Summer Arts Market on Saturday 27th and Sunday the 28th July.
Mums march in support of breastfeeding
Mums marched in support of breastfeeding in Liverpool on Monday 24 June. As part of National Breastfeeding Awareness Week, a...
Hotel work starts on landmark building
Work has started on converting the listed Royal Inusurance Building in Livepool City Centre into a hotel in an £18m development, kick-started by the city council.
£3.5m to bring empty homes back into use
An investment of £3.5m by Liverpool Mutual Homes and the City Council will see 45 empty houses in Tuebrook and Stoneycroft brought back into use to help revitalise the neighbourhoods.
New phase for Norris Green Village
Work is starting on a new phase of the Norris Green Village development which will see more than 100 houses built.
Deadline nears for waste funding bids
There are only days left for community and voluntary groups to bid for a share of a £130,000 fund to reduce waste and boost recycling.
Series of events planned to mark Armed Forces Day
Liverpool will host a series of events leading up to a service of celebration to mark Armed Forces Day on Saturday 29 June.
Energy bills slashed
An energy saving scheme has seen local residents save more than £76,000 on their bills Over 4,600 people from across...
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