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June 2024

Inclusive Refugee Week events will bring Communities Together in St Helens Borough

A weeklong programme of inclusive community events is happening to mark National Refugee Week in St Helens Borough.

Council backs national Drowning Prevention Week campaign

St Helens Borough Council is urging families to make sure their children know how to stay safe around water this summer, during Drowning Prevention Week (15-22 June).

Ambitious strategy will take adult social care to the next level

An innovative strategy, shaped and co-produced by residents on what improvements they would like to see in adult social care, is set to go before St Helens Borough Council's cabinet next week.

Time running out to register to vote in General Election

With the General Election taking place on 4 July 2024 and the deadline to register just days away, are you ready to vote?

Cabinet set to release St Helens town centre funding

The release of funding for the critical first steps to start the delivery of the exciting transformation of St Helens town centre is set to be discussed at a Cabinet meeting next week.

Free fun-filled morning planned for opening of Newton Family Hub this July

St Helens Borough Council's Children and Young Peoples service has organised a free morning of fun for families in July for the grand opening of the borough's third and final Family Hub.

Protect your family against whooping cough as cases rise

A worrying rise in cases of whooping cough has prompted renewed encouragement from local public health leaders to vaccinate infants and those who are pregnant.

St Helens Armed Forces Day event to return to Victoria Park

St Helens Borough Council will pay tribute to the local Armed Forces community this June at a special event in Victoria Park.

Foster4 launches to urgently recruit foster carers in Cheshire and Merseyside.

Foster4, a collaborative fostering recruitment hub in the North West, launches today in a bid to urgently recruit foster carers in Cheshire and Merseyside.

Plan to improve people's lives in St Helens Borough approved by cabinet

A four-year plan to prioritise health and wellbeing improvements and reduce inequalities in the borough has been approved by St Helens Borough Council's cabinet.

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