‘Frankenstein 2018’ – Artist Call-Out
Liverpool Book Art is delighted to present Frankenstein 2018 in partnership with Liverpool Central Library and Kirkby Gallery, Knowsley. The theme of the exhibition marks 200 years since the first edition of Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein or, The Modern Prometheus was published.
Friends of Kirkby & Prescot Museum have created a new scheme funded by the Knowsley Better Together fund. It is targeted at individuals on low incomes who have not participated in creative projects before.read more
Knowsley Community & Voluntary Services Leadership - Ingenuity - Sector Social Growth The current exhibition in Huyton Gallery is by local artist David Holmes. His work has previously been exhibited throughout Merseyside and the UK as part of group shows. The...read more
Conor Cross, the Big Lottery Funding Advisor will be available to take your questions at New Hutte Community Centre, Lichfield Road, Halewood L26 1TT on 31st August, 10:00-16:00.read more
Come along to the Family Festival at Jubilee Park, Lincombe Road, L36 2LN for a fun family day out.read more
If you were unable to attend the Knowsley Better Together event on 29th June then this is the event for you.
Knowsley Council is currently establishing ‘Knowsley Better Together.’ This broad approach recognises that stakeholders need to work together in order to achieve our shared outcomes. The Council have responded to this in its new Corporate Plan. The plan outlines what the Council hopes to achieve and how it needs to work to get things done.read more
Come along to a variety of FREE ‘Ways to Wellbeing’ courses including Mindfulness, Sleep and Relaxation, Stress Less, Creative Crafts and Creative Painting all within the Knowsley area.read more
The Merseyside Independent Business Awards have been launched publicly today.
Entry deadline – 11/08/2017
Awards ceremony takes place – 12/10/2017 at Titanic Hotel Liverpool.
Coffee Morning At Rebound – In Aid Of The Alzheimer’s Society.
Wed 14th June 11.15 am to 1pm
Everyone welcome!read more
Care and Respite Support Services is a registered charity based in Knowsley specialising in the delivery of home care and support packages across Merseyside.
As a charity, they are now also registered with Open Awards to deliver qualifications. The first to be delivered is a level 3 Award in Education and Training and will be run by their in house tutor Dave Yates. This is for anyone looking to be a tutor/start teaching.read more
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