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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SEFTON council has refused to release any information about an application to revoke a licence, which is set to take place at Bootle town hall this morning.
30 June 2015 - UK-based oil and gas producer Sefton Resources (LON: SER) has reached a provisional agreement with a third party to sell all of the assets and liabilities of its TEG MidContinent Inc.
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.
Sefton was hired as high school psychologist in 2009.
THE MAYOR of Paphos, Savvas Vergas, performed the civil wedding ceremony of the mayor of Sefton, Paul Tweed, at Paphos town hall yesterday.
UCLA Live director David Sefton, who estimates he sees between 300 and 400 performances a year around the world appreciates that he can put the L.
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.
LifeGem Memorials, the world's purveyor of carbon-based memorials, announces the delivery of the first certified, high quality colored LifeGem to members of the Sefton family.
LIVERPOOL Mayor Joe Anderson has said for the first time that NO houses will be built on Sefton Park Meadows.
Sefton council's coastal defence team and colleagues from Edge Hill University have produced A Timeline of Sefton''s Changing Coastline, a one-off publication that explores how the Sefton Coast has changed over the last 22,000 years.
It's been kind of an ongoing thread of 'who do we work with locally,' '' says UCLA Live Director David Sefton.
LIVECHONEWS SEFTON Council paid PS684,276 in fees to advisers over the purchase of The Strand shopping centre.