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Mia Austin posthumously named the region’s ‘Woman of the Year’ as family passes the mantle to first runner up, anti-knife crime campaigner Laura Hughes.
It was while ago in her first Redrow home that April Sunderland got married and had her first child – so when she and husband Bryan wanted a bigger house for their growing family it had to be another Redrow.
LCR Pride Foundation has revealed the theme to its inaugural programme of events, cultural and community activities – Come As You Are.
A six-foot giant Perspex egg, believed to be the biggest chocolate-filled egg in the city, has been installed in Central Station as part of a competition for passengers.
Staff at Merseyrail have pledged their support to help Alder Hey Children’s Charity fund projects to entertain patients who might be daunted by the idea of a trip to hospital.
Groups of friends looking for an alternative way to see the local sights are being invited to enjoy a half-price day out, courtesy of Bike & Go.
April doesn’t just herald the start of a new financial year; it brings with it Spring Red Tape Day too. From April 6, new legislation will come into force which affects businesses of all sizes – and the penalties can be severe for those that don’t fall into line.
Commercial landlords in Wirral are being reminded that new rules relating to commercial property service charges will come into effect from April 1, 2019.
Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF) has revealed the dates for its 2019 edition, along with the first events from its Dance and Theatre programmes.
What: Pride in Liverpool 2019 When: Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th July 2019 Where: Tithebarn Street and City Centre
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