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August 2022

Excitement builds in St Helens ahead of the Rugby League World Cup 2021

With just 50 days to go until kick off, residents are being urged not to miss out on one of the biggest sporting events in the world when the Rugby League World Cup 2021 comes to St Helens this autumn.

St Helens Borough pupils celebrate GCSE results

There were celebrations across St Helens Borough today as hundreds of students received GCSE and vocational results.

Accessible roundabout installed in Rainhill Park

Accessible playground equipment installation continues in parks in St Helens, as a roundabout designed for children with special education needs and disabilities is installed in Rainhill Park.

Residents encouraged to be part of the St Helens Active Lives event

Residents across the borough are invited to get involved and find out about more about getting active when the St Helens Active Lives Strategy celebrates its launch in the town centre on Tuesday 30th August.

St Helens Classic Car Show to roll up in St Helens this September

Gear up for a turbo weekend, as the annual St Helens Classic Car Show returns to St Helens town centre this September.

Water-way to explore St Helens borough's proud heritage

St Helens Borough Council's Sport's Development Team has teamed up with St Helens Rotary and St Helens Canoe Club to make a splash on the borough's rich heritage; the birthplace of Britain's first modern canal.

Illegal vapes seized in Trading Standards swoop

Trading Standards seized a large quantity of illegal disposable e-cigarettes from a St Helens town centre vape shop.

One-way road closures around Lea Green to accommodate major projects

Motorists are advised that one-way road closures will be in place around Lea Green Railway Station next week for essential works as part of two major multimillion pound investment projects.

New images show how Levelling Up Fund bid funding could transform Earlestown and St Helens

New images show how Levelling Up Fund bids could support the work to transform The Gamble Building and the centre of Earlestown.

Council fines private sector landlord for letting unlicensed HMO

Having ignored numerous requests and failing to renew the licence, the landlord was issued with a penalty charge fee of £7,500.

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