Larkhill Hall

October 20th, 2014
Larkhill Hall

Last week Stephen visited the newly opened Larkhill Hall in West Derby. Larkhill Hall is a care home owned by Ideal Care Homes. There are 66 rooms over three floors, each floor has its own lounge, dining area, kitchen and …

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Q&A at St Edward’s

October 3rd, 2014
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This afternoon Stephen visited St Edward’s College for lunch and a Question and Answer session with the entire Sixth Form. There was a lively discussion with Year 12 and 13 with questions being raised about the International response to ISIL, …

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Brand new Bosco!

October 3rd, 2014
Bosco

Today Stephen visited St John Bosco Arts College’s new building in Croxteth. St John Bosco lost out when the Government scrapped the Building Schools for the Future scheme. However, Liverpool devised a rescue plan with Mayor Joe Anderson pledging that …

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Clamping down on crime in Crawford Close

September 24th, 2014
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Today marks a day of action whereby police and partners are joining forces to clamp down on crime in Crawford Close and the surrounding area. This morning police carried out raids in 10 homes in and around Crawford Close. Two …

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The Bridge Centre Trust has a lot to offer for local people

September 24th, 2014
The Bridge

Stephen visited the Bridge Centre Trust in Daneville Road last week. The centre is based in Clubmoor but also serves residents from Norris Green, Tuebrook and further afield. When Stephen visited, the centre was bustling with people making use of …

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Talking bus in Derby Square

September 24th, 2014
Stephen guide dogs

Last week Stephen supported Guide Dogs Liverpool in their ‘Talking Buses’ campaign. The Guide Dogs yellow bus was parked in Derby Square near the Law Courts and over 2000 signatures were gathered in support of talking buses. Guide Dogs is …

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Pup Aid debate

September 5th, 2014
Stephen speaking in Parliament

Yesterday Stephen attended the debate in Parliament on the important and worrying issues regarding the regulation of sales and puppies and kittens. The debate focused on the issues surrounding how people buy and sell puppies and kittens nowadays, both through …

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Stephen praises City of Readers campaign

September 5th, 2014
Reading pic

Yesterday in Parliament Stephen spoke onthe “Achievement gap in reading between poorer children and their better-off peers” debate. The debate focuses on the fact that by the time children are seven, nearly 80% of the difference in GCSE results between …

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Cervical cancer and screening

September 2nd, 2014
Stephen speaking in Parliament

Stephen recently met with Jonathan Herod, Executive Medical Director & Consultant Gynaecological Surgeon/Oncologist at Liverpool Women’s Hospital. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss cervical cancer and the cervical screening programme as well as other matters related to women’s …

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Young artists celebrated in Deysbrook

September 2nd, 2014
Deysbrook Community Centre

At the end of last month Stephen presented young people at Deysbrook Community Centre with prizes for all of their hard work in art classes throughout the year. Young people exhibited their work which included modern day takes on Monet and …

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