New coronavirus measures for Sefton school visitors

From today (Friday 18 September) adults visiting Sefton schools will be required to wear face coverings when visiting or entering the school premises. Also, just one adult will be able to enter the premises for drop-off and pick-up. Parents and carers dropping off or collecting their children are asked to arrive and leave promptly and not to congregate at the school gate or in the … Continue reading New coronavirus measures for Sefton school visitors

Council leader responds to new COVID restrictions for Merseyside

Sefton Council Leader Cllr Ian Maher has responded to today’s news (Friday, September 18) that the Government has announced new restrictions for Merseyside, including Sefton, from Tuesday 22 September, in the light of rising numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases across the City Region. Cllr Maher said: “I know people will be concerned at this news but with infection rates rising in people of all ages across … Continue reading Council leader responds to new COVID restrictions for Merseyside

Are you ok with your fitness?

Start your healthy, active lifestyle now and learn how to workout safely and effectively to get the results you need.   The six week Kick Start your Fitness course can be done over Zoom or in the May Logan Centre, Knowsley Road Bootle. This can be for weight loss, getting into better shape or for general health and fitness. Keeping active is one of the … Continue reading Are you ok with your fitness?

World Mental Health Day Event with Sefton In Mind

On Friday 9th October, between 10am and 1pm, Sefton CVS’s World Mental Health Event will be celebrating the work of organisations that support good mental wellbeing in Sefton – with a special focus on men and mental wellbeing. Sefton residents and workers are being invited to come along to hear of the vital community work going on locally including the stories of those who have … Continue reading World Mental Health Day Event with Sefton In Mind

Local Mobile Testing Unit dates for September

Mobile coronavirus testing units have been scheduled to be at locations across Sefton through September. If you have the COVID-19 symptoms of a high temperature, persistent cough or loss of taste or smell  – however mild – you should get a test. Tests at mobile centres are available for anyone but they need to have made an appointment first at www.nhs.uk/coronavirus or by calling 119. Mobile Testing … Continue reading Local Mobile Testing Unit dates for September