Liverpool City Region Combined Authority today discussed the scope of a potential devolution deal with Government and the benefits it could bring for the city region
There is still time for people to give their views on Liverpool’s parks and open spaces
Could your photos feature in a special commemorative book being produced to re-live the spectacular programme which celebrated Liverpool’s relationship with Cunard and links with the USA?
Urgent work to repair the crumbling stonework of St Luke’s Church in Liverpool is to get underway in September.
Plans to begin the transformation of Allerton Golf Course have been put forward
Liverpool City Council’s Heritage Team has been working with National Museums Liverpool to save the frontage of Galkoff’s kosher butcher’s shop.
Liverpool’s seven week programme celebrating its relationship with Cunard, links with the USA and its cultural gems attracted an estimated 1.6 million visitors.
Liverpool City Council is asking for people’s views on the supply, quality and quantity of parks and open spaces as part of the development of the Local Plan
Visitors to Liverpool’s St Georges Hall will get the rare opportunity to view the spectacular Grade II listed building in all of its remarkable glory this August, as its famous Minton Tiled flooring will once again be unveiled from Fri 7 – Sun 16 August.
Females inspired by the England football team’s success at the Women’s World Cup are being urged to get involved in one of County FA’s Female Football programmes across Merseyside.