Skelmersdale-based social enterprise The Sewing Rooms has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by pivoting from its usual commercial market to producing a line of facemasks for the general public with the help of an £8k grant from Livv Investment.
Smaller, local charities often make the most impact in our communities but can be overlooked in favour of the bigger national charities. Our People Fund was set up by our Employee Forum to help recognise the work done by charities working across the Liverpool City Region.
Following on from the release of new government guidelines around social distancing, we are now able to begin to reintroduce a number of our services. This will be done in stages and we have a dedicated page which you can visit to see the status of all our services.
During the coronavirus pandemic, Knowsley Council's waste collection team have been providing a valuable service to residents. We ask that you help support Knowsley Council's waste collection team by double checking which bin to use before throwing anything away.
The planned Knowsley Flower Show won’t be outdoors as originally planned, but over the weekend of 8th and 9th August, you will be able to view a collection of beautiful images of the outdoors in the comfort of your own home.
It’s a challenging time for everyone right now. However, for those that may be experiencing control and abuse behind closed doors, the current restrictions may leave them with feelings of further fear and isolation. Help and advice is available from national support services and organisations throughout Merseyside.