Free Circus Skills Workshops – Imaginarium Theatre
The Compassionate Neighbours scheme aims to combat loneliness and isolation through training volunteers to support members of our community who are living with poverty or ill-health. After the initial pilot scheme in Whiston and Prescot, we plan to expand the service across the whole of St Helens and Knowsley.
We would like to invite members of the communities of Whiston and Prescot to nominate themselves or nominate others who they feel would benefit from the Compassionate Neighbours service.
To do this you can fill the form in online https://willowbrook.org.uk/compassionate-neighours/ or call The Volunteer Hub on 01744 453798 for further information
Given the current situation with the pandemic, as always, safety is our number one concern. As a result we are starting with a very cautious and phased approach which will be kept under constant review.
Compassionate Neighbours volunteers are fully trained to provide their time, companionship and support to people living in the community. We will match someone to support a community user according to their likes, hobbies, interests and location. There will be no charge for this service although donations are always welcomed to support the vital work of Willowbrook Hospice.
Prescot Town Council have agreed to support local children who do not have access to a laptop at home to enable home learning during the pandemic and beyond by introducing it’s own Laptop Recycling Project.
If you have a spare laptop that you no longer use please consider donating it to Prescot Town Council.
The Mayor of Prescot is pleased to announce that the winner of the Christmas Card Design Competition is……
Skyla who is in Year 3 and attends St Mary & St Paul’s CE Primary School.
Skyla has won a £50 Tesco voucher along with a framed copy of the Christmas Card featuring her design. She has also won her school a £50 Tesco voucher.
Big congratulations to Skyla and thank you to everyone who entered the competition. We received 70 entries with many from St Mary & St Paul’s CE School so a big thank you goes out to them for supporting the Mayor’s competition.
Brand new acro dance school held at Urban Kingz Academy, Kemble Street.
Classes for beginners or advanced. Come learn to dance and acro in a fun safe environment.
Be part of a team friends for life and build confidence.
Limited spaces please contact Natalie Stanton or follow @urban_queenz_dancesquad on Instagram. Classes start from age 2 diddi divas and upwards.