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    • Southport Bijou Cinema reopens with Home Alone, Polar Express, It’s A Wonderful Life and more

      Staff at The Bijou independent cinema in Southport are thrilled to welcome customers back tomorrow (Wednesday 2 December).  The cinema has been closed during the last few weeks of national lockdown but has lots of plans in place for when the new Tier 2 easing of restrictions begins, with a safe and Covid-secure cinema-going experience as possible.  Southport Bijou Cinema...Read More→ The post Southport Bijou Cinema reopens with Home Alone, Polar Express, It’s A Wonderful Life and more appeared first on Stand Up For Southport.

    • Bailey enjoys first Christmas with new owners four years after being abandoned as Freshfields launches appeal

      A dog who was abandoned four years ago is celebrating her first Christmas with her new owners.  Bailey was discarded due to changed family circumstances and spent many months in the care of Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre.  Now she is helping to launch the campaign “Freshfields Animal Rescue – No Animal Left Behind this Christmas’, where kind-hearted supporters will see...Read More→ The post Bailey enjoys first Christmas with new owners four years after being abandoned as Freshfields launches appeal appeared first on Stand Up For Southport.

    • 10,000 Covid-19 tests a week for Sefton as council targets vulnerable residents and frontline staff

      After the Government’s announcement that it was extending COVID-19 testing for people not showing coronavirus symptoms to 67 Council areas including Sefton, plans are coming together for testing across the borough. With 10,000 tests expected to be made available to Sefton each week, they will need to be targeted where they will have the most effect. The focus is likely...Read More→ The post 10,000 Covid-19 tests a week for Sefton as council targets vulnerable residents and frontline staff appeared first on Stand Up For Southport.

    • Young NHS medics launch ‘Spread The Facts Not The Virus’ campaign to keep people safe against Covid-19

      Young NHS medical staff who have been on the frontline against Covid-19 are spearheading a ‘Spread The Facts’ campaign to warn people about the dangers of the deadly virus.  The first of its kind to talk to young people, the initiative is a collaboration between the NHS and local councils in Cheshire and Merseyside including Sefton Council.  The campaign aims...Read More→ The post Young NHS medics launch ‘Spread The Facts Not The Virus’ campaign to keep people safe against Covid-19 appeared first on Stand Up For Southport.

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