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Young and the ‘young at heart’ raise money for charity at Christmas Fun Run!

An 81-year-old and a 12-year-old who come together every year for a charity Fun Run will once again be returning to Wavertree Athletics Centre to raise money for… 328 more words


CAFOD Fun Run, 1 month to go! #CAFODLivFunRun

Today (November 27th) marks 1 month until our annual CAFOD Liverpool Fun Run on December 27th.

The run is a fun way to raise money for CAFOD’s work, Last year we raised… 135 more words

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6 Weeks left until the CAFOD Fun Run, #CAFODLivFunRun

Our annual Fun Run is moving ever closer, Today marks 6 weeks until the big day.

The Fun Run takes place on Wednesday 27th December 2017 at  455 more words


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It’s National Greasy Foods Day, in these United States.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Working Harbor Committee, a non profit whose mission is “to educate the public about the Harbor and New York and New Jersey” and which a humble narrator is both the official photographer for and a member of the organization’s steering committee, called a meeting recently. 434 more words

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Luciana Berger faces down Murdoch's Times over resignation 'stirring'

The Murdoch-owned Times yesterday published an article indicating that a number of worn-out ‘moderates’ may be planning a mass resignation in the misguided belief that their replacement by a more envisioned candidate aligned with the Labour vision that inspired 13 million voters (and rising rapidly, according to the latest polls) to support it. 244 more words

Liverpool Wavertree AGM - almost a clean sweep for the left

The Wavertree constituency in Liverpool is represented by the ‘moderate’ Labour MP Luciana Berger, whom most would not consider by any stretch of the imagination a Corbyn supporter. 293 more words

The State of Labour – the State of our City

Joe Harmer and I after he was selected as our Wavertree Candidate. He and Cllr Carl Cashman our candidate for Regional Mayor are the face of the political future in Liverpool and our City Region… 1,148 more words

Liverpool Politics