Local News & Events from Knowsley Town Council

Annual Meetings On Thursday!

Two important meetings in the municipal calendar of the Town Council take place this week at Knowsley Village Hall. In accordance with the Local Government Act 1972 (Schedule 12, Part III), every township must hold an Annual Meeting on some day between 1 March and 1 June. At this Annual Meeting, there is a general power to discuss township issues and pass the appropriate resolutions. Individuals registered as local government electors within the area of Knowsley Town Council are entitled to Read more [...]

Knowsley Better Together

  Do you have an idea to work Better Together for the good of Knowsley?  …If so, we’d like to hear from you. Knowsley Better Together is a new initiative that is working to bring people and organisations closer together to achieve more for Knowsley and its residents. This includes working with partners, organisations and the community to improve educational outcomes, health and wellbeing, high-quality adult social care and improving access to jobs and a good choice of Read more [...]

Rebound Dance & Health

  Rebound is a Social Enterprise, not for profit organisation based in Knowsley, Merseyside. The objective of the company is to promote and deliver dance, fitness and wellbeing activities of the highest quality to people of all ages and abilities in Knowsley and beyond.  We strive to make all of our activities affordable, accessible and enjoyable to encourage as many people as possible to get involved and join us to improve health & wellbeing. We are able to Read more [...]

Life After Bereavement

Click on link Bereavement 12 week programme of talks, activities and social events offering practical help, including introductions to possible new hobbies, interests and the chance to talk. The group meets at Knowsley Carers Centre, Bewley Drive, Kirkby for a 12- week programme for one afternoon a week from 1.30pm until 3.00pm  Contact Pam on 0151 549 1412 Read more [...]

Maureen Clunan Award 2017

This year; the Maureen Clunan Award was presented to John Smith in recognition of his worj in the community of Stockbridge Village.

John was presented with the award at the October Council Meeting



The following issues have been raised as we have detected issues with the governance arrangments of the smaller authority.

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Naafi beaks are  Thursday 10.00am -12.00pm  Morning sessions Thursday 10.00am - 12.00pm based at                    Bob Whiley Community Centre Shop Road Knowsley Village  Contact Dave Curtis for more information 0151 530 5263/5253   Read more [...]

Unique and Exciting Opportunity to Work

Casting for new television programme created by Shiver - Part of ITV Studios Would love to hear from people with an interest or passion for sport - it's a unique and exciting opportunity to work within the recreational, outdoors and leisure sector in the Liverpool area. A self-made successful businessman in Liverpool will open their doors offering working experience and an opportunity to be mentored directly by him himself.   We are looking to reach out to a variety of individuals who Read more [...]

Fly Tipping — Report It!

Fly tipping is the illegal dumping of household waste and appliances such as fridges and washing machines. It also includes the dumping of hazardous materials. It is dangerous and costs a huge amount of money to clean up. Convicted fly tippers face a five year prison sentence and a fine of up to £50,000 (unlimited, if the case goes to Crown Court). It is also an offence to let somebody fly tip on your land or use your vehicle in order to fly tip. You can also be prosecuted for failing to Read more [...]

General Election 2017 Results

Result–General Election 2017 George Howarth (Labour) has been elected as the Member of Parliament for Knowsley in the 2017 General Election. The results in full are: ◾Steve Baines (Green Party): 521 votes (0.94%) ◾Carl Anthony Cashman (Liberal Democrats): 1,189 votes (2.14%) ◾George Edward Howarth (Labour Party): 47,351 votes (85.34%) ◾Neil Lawrence Miney (UK Independence Party): 1,285 votes (2.32%) ◾James Michael Spencer (Conservative Party): 5,137 votes (9.26%) Turnout Read more [...]