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St Helens Borough Council Oct 23
St Helens Borough Council will not allow children to go hungry this October half-term. The council is providing vouchers for children entitled to free school meals. 🌈❤️
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David Baines #StHelensTogether Oct 26
Once more the kindness and strength in our community has come to the fore 🙌
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David Baines #StHelensTogether 18h
Our community is second to none when it comes to supporting each other. Well done and thank you and all those working together to offer help to those who need it most 🙌
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St Helens Borough Council 19h
📰A JustGiving fund & text service has been set up to provide support to the businesses, organisations and community groups that have stepped in to provide food to families in receipt of benefits-related free school meals. 🌈❤️ ➡️
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Drunk Wolf 19h
You can now text a donation to support the businesses in addition to the Just Giving set up last week. Text STHELENS to 70085 to donate £2, alternatively donations are still being accepted here: Many thanks and
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David Baines #StHelensTogether Oct 22
So many great people, groups and businesses in it’s hard to keep up. I love this place 👏
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HSHVCA Oct 26
Can you help us make sure no child goes hungry during the school holidays? You can donate £2 by texting STHELENS to 70085 🌈❤️
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Gary Maddock Oct 23
Confused about what funded support is out there for your business? Join next week's Business Resilience Clinic to understand which funded programmes are available across the Liverpool City Region and how to access them.
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St Helens Borough Council Oct 26
Thank you to all the amazing businesses and organisations stepping up to support children with meals this half term. You can find out more about who and how to get help here:
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David Baines #StHelensTogether Oct 23
Where the Tory government have failed to act, will step up. Labour will be making sure that every child is fed over October half term. More details to follow. 🙌
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David Baines #StHelensTogether Oct 24
At the end of the first half term under extremely difficult and different conditions, I want to thank all our nurseries, schools and college staff for your fantastic hard work and dedication. You’re all amazing 🙌
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Kath O'Dwyer Oct 26
A fabulous response from individuals and businesses- thank you!
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Cathryn White Oct 23
No child chooses to live in poverty, and holiday hunger is never their fault ❤️
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Gary Maddock Oct 22
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David Baines #StHelensTogether Oct 21
🗣 Gyms and leisure centres in borough will be allowed to OPEN thanks to the fight put up by local councils, MPs, gym owners and users. The change in the regulations will go to parliament today for approval. More details to follow ASAP.
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sally yeoman Oct 22
Replying to @HSHVCA
rallying because letting children go hungry in 2020 is not acceptable. They really are the most wonderful people & we promise to do all we can to support them in the future, to shop with them, to help where we can
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St Helen's Catholic Infant School Oct 23
Class 2 dancing to celebrate St Helen's Day
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Blackbrook FC Oct 24
Shout out to Dominic great customer service and top attitude if anyone is looking for a safe lockdown pint or meal I'd head to the ....
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Miss Rigby 14h
Need time from thinking about work. So participating in some reading for my very own pleasure.
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Naoise Johnson-Martin. Oct 23
I can't help with free meals but I'd like to help in another way to families who don't have a means of transport to access the meals offered, by volunteering to collect and deliver these during half term, no charge. Please feel free to contact me privately. 🌈
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