Email me to have your St.Helens events or venue listed here for free.
Need somewhere to take the children, walk yourself fit, take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the countryside, or just walk your dog. See some Videos down this page.
Visit the Parks and places to visit section here
Check out the New Gig Guide for Music in StHelens.
and this years Christmas guide is up and started now too.
After the success of their Vintage and Handmade Fairs in Ormskirk Town Centre during 2013, a 3-day event is planned for Chappel Gallery this Christmas.
Artisans and independents will have stalls selling true vintage, retro, vintage inspired, up-cycled and contemporary craft wares.
Satnav: L39 4QR
For more information visit chapelgallery.org.uk
Willowbrook Hospice and The Steve Prescott Foundation are working together to bring you their third ever Santa Dash.
Starting at 10:00am at Parish Church, Church Street, St Helens, there will be a 4km dash to raise money and also a christmas fayre for those with less energy who just want to enjoy the festive fun.
Entry for the Santa dash is £12 for adults and £6 for children. The price includes a Santa Suit for adults, and kids receive a Santa Hat. Everyone is welcome, and the charities ask only that you try to raise as much sponsorship as you can.
The Santa Fayre will include rides, stalls, music ect, and is organised in conjunction with the St Helens Council.
Satnav: WA10 1 AF. And free parking in St Helens council run car parks.
The Christmas lights switchon celebrations were excellent. Starting at 4:00pm with the Lancashire hotpots (really quite funny), and supported by more artists.
The switch-on took place at 6:45pm after even more artists and an appearance by two Saints players, the mayor and mayoressk as well as StHelens council leader Barrie Grunewald. It was well worth the wait.
Norton Priory Museum and Gardens are having their Christmas fair. With a selection of Christmas gifts, crafts and local produce for sale in the atmospheric Medieval undercroft.
Entry £2 per person. Open 11am - 4pm.
Satnav: WA7 1BD
visit the Norton Priory Website, at nortonpriory.org
I will add more information about each of these soon. In the meantime you could visit the websites for opening times and where to find them
For anybody with an interest in advanced driving, we have a page introducing the St.Helens Advanced Driving Group.
The main aim of the group is to improve driving skill, knowledge, awareness and attitudes of drivers of all ages, they also have their own website here shgam.org.uk
These are hidden google and Youtube sectret things (well not so secret as quite a few people have heard of them).
Type the following into google search or Youtube Search and see what happens.
|In Google Search (Google images second item))||In Youtube Search (except last item)|
|do a barrel roll||use the force luke|
|atari breakout (in google images)||/ geek week|
|zerg rush||beam me up scotty|
|conway’s game of life||doge meme|
|tilt||While watching any video type 1980 (not in the search bar, just type)|
A video of some short experiments you can use to entertain your children.
They are all easy. I would have redone the egg in glass one but didn't have another toilet roll tube.
The Billinge video is now on the Billinge Hill page here.
There is a new Music guide page, an updated Transport Museum page, an article on the News Room Bar in Duke Street, and the Christmas page is having new items added throughout November.
If you would like to add information about anything on the site or have anything else added please email me
This was a quick walk, with Sam, around the main part of Siding Lane during the Easter Bank Holiday.
There are many more footpaths around Siding Lane, making it a good place for a country walk. With expert advice from St Helens Rangers often available at the Ranger Station on the Car Park.
A video of a smudged on my lense, but if you look carefully you can see Ravenhead Greenway in the background.
If you want to cycle, or take your dog for a long walk, then try Ravenhead Greenway.
IF YOU CARE ABOUT ANIMALS - help the cause. Join SAVE ME
SAVE ME is a group founded by Brian May C.B.E, (Guitarist with Queen, and Astrophysicist) to promote decent treatment for animals. SAVE ME believe that every creature deserves a decent life and a decent death. PLEASE JOIN THEM, and ask your friends as well... animals need our help.
St.Helens, is a town , in the North West of England, in the county of Merseyside. St.Helens has a population of around 175000 people according to the government census.
Although St.Helens is well situated, in terms of access for road and rail, with easy access to motorways and two rail lines, there is little incentive for large high tech business to move to St.Helens, which is a great pity as the great transport infrastructure and the large number of parks and open spaces, in and around St.Helens, would make St.Helens an ideal place
for IT and other high tech businesses to site their business. The old triplex factory site, for example, would have been ideal for the likes of Google, having both Taylor Park and Eccleston Mere right next door, as well as a good supply of houses nearby. The site itself has now been filled with houses.
There are many places in and around the St.Helens area suitable for high tech business to locate and there are many people in St.Helens with the qualifications needed by these business. St.Helens, being so close to two major cities is also close enough to travel into for any external workforce needed.
St.Helens is situated between Liverpool and Manchester, though closer to Liverpool. There is a Theatre called St.Helens Theatre Royal, a cinema, a large Technical College, an excellent Transport Museum, an excellent glass Museum and exhibition centre called St.Helens World of Glass, The Smithy Heritage Centre and Museum, a few Hotels, a huge new Rugby stadium for the local Saints Rugby team, an older Rugby ground for the Liverpool St.Helens Rugby Union club (one of the oldest in the world), Golf clubs, some restaurants (mainly Chinese or Indian), many bars and pubs and many other visitor attractions such as the parks and open spaces and two themed Farms.
With St.Helens being very close to Wigan, Widnes, Prescot, Warrington, Liverpool and Ormskirk, you do not have to travel too far to find something to do.
There are many historic facts and many famous people having been born or Lived in St.Helens.