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Actions to fight climate change adopted by St Helens Borough Council
A detailed action plan for how St Helens Borough Council will play its part in the fight against climate change has been approved by Cabinet earlier this week (Wednesday 24 May).
Strategy approved to drive up road safety standards in St Helens Borough
St Helens Borough Council's Cabinet has approved a new five-year road safety strategy to help ensure that its highway network remains safe and accessible for all.
Strategy will support electric vehicle charging network
Residents will soon be able to have their say on plans to support an integrated electric vehicle charging network for St Helens Borough.
Residents urged to report dead wild birds after confirmed bird flu
Residents are urged to alert authorities if they find a dead gull or water bird following the confirmation of a case of bird flu found in a wild bird in Earlestown.
All signs point to St Helens Borough: Boundary signs to be replaced with inspiring images to highlight borough's success
Inspiration is the theme as St Helens Borough Council upgrades its boundary signs at key gateways into the borough.
Teddy bear's picnic works up appetite for Foster Care Fortnight 2023
Foster families were welcomed into St Helens Town Hall for a teddy bear's picnic as part of activities planned to mark Foster Care Fortnight - the UK's biggest foster care awareness-raising campaign.
Councillor Lynn Clarke named Mayor of St Helens Borough
The Windle ward councillor has chosen to support the Deafness Resource Centre and will be the first Mayor of St Helens to introduce the role of 'Mayor's Cadet'
Latest St Helens town centre transformation plans revealed: heritage, children and families and ambition at their heart
Art and design ideas that reflect the proud heritage, buildings and features to be enjoyed by children and families, and high ambitions for the future are at the heart of plans to revitalise St Helens own centre, according to the team behind the proposals.
Have your say on new chapter for modern and innovative Library Service
Residents and community groups are encouraged to take part in a public consultation to help shape ambitious plans for the council's Library Service over the next five-years.