Showcasing emerging talent has been one of the driving forces behind the Get it Loud in Libraries programme of live music gigs in unique venues – normally reserved for quiet reading – and this inspiring streak is set to continue with the next scheduled event.
London-born artist Georgia will be performing an energetic set at St Helens Central Library on Friday, 18 September at 8pm, including her latest single, Move Systems – which premiered on BBC Radio 1 earlier this year.
The Mayor and Mayoress of St Helens, Councillors Steve and Lynn Glover used their initiative to escape the clutches of ‘The Lizards’ as they took part in an Escape Room installed in St Helens Central Library.
As part of St Helens Council’s Summer Streets festival, children and young people were invited to dress as their favourite pirates and princesses for a fun-filled activity session at St Mary’s Market.
Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service (MFRS) would like to inform young people aged 14-17 interested in becoming Fire Cadets, that a fresh intake will begin training on Tuesday evenings, 6-8pm from 19 January 2016.
As part of St Helens Council’s Arts Council Funded Cultural Hubs Arts in Libraries Programme, young children and their families basked in the summer sunshine as they enjoyed an outdoor theatre performance at Rainhill Library.