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July 2022

Consultation to launch on School Transport Service

A consultation on the transformation of the School Transport Service will launch in September.

Help keep St Helens Borough clean and tidy this summer

Do the right thing by disposing of your litter and dog waste in a bin.

Help to reduce household bills at library events

The cost-of-living crisis is making household finances difficult to manage for many families.

Planning permission granted for £1m St Helens town centre container development

The site of a demolished multistorey carpark in St Helens town centre will be transformed into a vibrant city-style leisure hub after planning permission was granted for up to seven years.

Victoria Park awarded the coveted Green Flag Award

In a record-breaking year Victoria Park is raising its prestigious Green Flag Award, for the eighth consecutive time.

Earlestown town centre outline plans approved

The outline planning proposals for Earlestown town centre Masterplan have been approved.

Stone Tyres expansion greenlit with planning approval

A local business owner is revved up after their plans for expansion were supported and approved by St Helens Borough Council.

Free Family Fun Days on offer in St Helens Borough Council children's centres over the summer holidays

With school out for summer, there's plenty going on in council-run children's centres around the borough over the next five weeks for all the family to enjoy.

Residents asked to give their views on pharmacy services in St Helens

Residents have the chance to give their views on the latest review of pharmacy services in St Helens as part of a consultation running during the next few weeks.

Businesses encouraged to keep Covid safe in the workplace

Local businesses in St Helens are being encouraged to stay Covid-19 safe as the virus continues to spread across the borough.

Council's continued commitment to disability equality with pledge signing

St Helens Borough Council has reinforced its commitment to supporting people with disabilities.

Free parking on most town centre car parts to assist people travelling to Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott concert

With industrial strike action affecting several bus services in St Helens, concertgoers are advised to plan ahead and afford plenty of time to travel.

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