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Glass sector plans for a multi-million-pound research centre which will shape the way forward for the industry over the next century are set to be unveiled at a key conference next month. (Tues 23 July).
Just in time for Wimbledon, national sports charity ‘Tennis For Free’ has served up an ace for St Helens by investing in a programme of free tennis sessions at the Queens Park tennis courts, Boundary Road, St Helens, WA10 2LT starting on Saturday 29th June. In an exciting partnership with St Helens Council and the LTA, Tennis For Free will provide free coach-led tennis sessions for all the family for one year as part of its aim to use tennis to improve the physical and mental wellbeing of all members of the community across the UK.
Large crowds gathered in St Helens’ green flag award-winning Victoria Park on Saturday (22 June) as St Helens Borough paid tribute to the armed forces community.