Sefton


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Sefton

(ˈsɛftən)
n
(Placename) a unitary authority in NW England, in Merseyside. Pop: 281 600 (2003 est). Area: 150 sq km (58 sq miles)
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LIVERPOOL'S official charity, LFC Foundation, has joined forces with Merseyside Police and Sefton Council to continue delivering its Premier League Kicks programme to young people in Sefton.
People will be able to find out more about hundreds of volunteering opportunities across Sefton at an event taking place inSouthporttoday (Wednesday, June 6).
SEFTON Council broke the law when it froze payments covering the cost of care for elderly people in residential homes, a High Court judge has ruled.
Michael Sefton, a Shrewsbury resident, is not accused of any misconduct with students in Grafton.
Sefton, 47, a Merseyside borough in the UK, is twinned with Paphos, and there are strong cultural ties between the two.
David Sefton, the former head of contemporary culture at London's South Bank Centre/Royal Festival Hall, took over as director of UCLA Performing Arts in October.
The situation in south Sefton is markedly different, with almost all its 21 dental practices having open lists to take on new NHS patients.
SEFTON'S coast is famous throughout the country as a haven for wildlife.
Following the announcement in December that members had unanimously voted for a merger between Mencap Liverpool and South Sefton Mencap - saving the South Sefton group from closure, due to lack of funding - the local charity is delighted to announce that they have secured a significant grant from the Building Connections Fund, which will allow them to expand their unique outreach service into the Sefton community, connecting with more isolated adults with a learning disability.