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Organisations from St Helens visit Stuttgart to celebrate 75 years of twinning

As part of a town twinning partnership celebrating its 75th anniversary, representatives from organisations across St Helens Borough, have paid a visit to the German city of Stuttgart.

Powerful new film shows that 'Any Of Us' can foster

Any of us can foster a child or young person, if you have the capacity to care - that's the message of a powerful new film about fostering.

Children's services Improvement Notice lifted by government minister following 'Good' Ofsted report

St Helens Borough Council has come in for high praise from central government for turning around its children's services.

Real voices offer real hope in new campaign

Voices of people with previous experience of feeling suicidal take the lead in the new campaign from OK to Ask in St Helens Borough, encouraging people to talk about suicidal feelings.


The initial event, which will take place on Sunday 5th November has now SOLD OUT, less than a week after going on sale. St Helens R.F.C. and St Helens Borough Council have agreed to extend the event into a second night, which will be held the day prior to Bonfire Night - on Saturday 4th November.

Children's Services rated Good at St Helens Borough Council

Children's Services delivered by St Helens Borough Council have been rated Good by Ofsted, with services for young people leaving care rated Outstanding.

Memorial unveiled to remember former day centre service users

A memorial celebration of life honouring service users to Kershaw Day Support Centre in Newton-le-Willows who had passed away during the Covid-19 pandemic has been unveiled.

Government inaction puts climate goals at risk, warns LCR leaders

Liverpool City Region leaders have warned the country risks missing its climate targets because of government 'backsliding' on its environmental pledges.