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Africa Oyé: “We need the people’s help to keep our festival free”

The organisers of Liverpool’s Africa Oyé have called upon local investors and the people of Liverpool to help keep the festival free. The event has been free entry since the first ever edition in 1992 when it began as a series of shows across city centre venues in Liverpool. It has since showcased the finest in …

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Calvin Harris Just announced for Creamfields UK 2020

Grammy award winning DJ/Producer Calvin Harris returns to Creamfields this summer to headline the Arc Stage on Saturday 29th August Bank holiday weekend for what will be a UK dance festival exclusive.   Having become a firm Creamfields favourite over the years and pulling one of the biggest crowds at the 2019 festival, Calvin remains something …

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Matthew Jacobson, “On the Streets I Ran” With former Everton Footballer – Ronny Goodlass

It was an aggressive rain that could have cut and sliced stone, or chiseled the shape and grandeur into mountains. But, on this day – the sky scattered torrid torrential rain across a North Liverpool field and more importantly across the field and pitch I was playing football on. The pouring rain hammered the ground. …

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Liverpool’s most popular celeb club hits 12 years old this month

Kingdom on Harrington Street in the commercial district of Liverpool City Centre turns 12 next week and the team behind the celeb favourite have, as ever, upped their game to celebrate this milestone. In a time where nightclubs come and go Kingdom has evolved with the times and kept one step ahead of the game. …

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Merseyside Charity Wins National Award For Helping Regional Businesses Become Autism Friendly

North-West charity Autism Together has won a national award for helping regional businesses become more autism friendly. The Merseyside-based organisation claimed the Community Engagement Award at the recent Markel 3rd Sector Care Awards. The accolade was given for the charity’s pioneering Autism Champions scheme and for helping increase autism awareness in businesses across the North …

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New campaign launches to help Merseyside become #BladeFree

Merseyside Police and partners across the county have launched a new knife crime campaign #BladeFree to help make communities safer for the future. In recent years we have seen many people seriously injured or killed as a result of knife crime. Last year alone four people lost their lives in Merseyside due to knife crime, …

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