District News Central.KENSINGTON: Ideas on how to improve health services health services Managed care The benefits covered under a health contract for ethnic minority residents in Kensington will be debated tomorrow.
Local people are invited to take part in workshops discussing the findings of research by Kensington Regeneration, and to help to draw up a plan to improve health services.
The free event at the Devonshire House Hotel on Edge Lane will be opened at 9.30am.
CITY CENTRE: Liverpool Academy of Arts The Liverpool Academy of Arts was founded in April 1810 as a regional equivalent of the Royal Academy, London. Two local art collectors, Henry Blundell and William Roscoe were its first Patron and Secretary, the Prince Regent gave his patronage for the next three years, and it was , Seel seel
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[Middle English silen, from Old French cillier, from Medieval Latin Street, holds a carol concert tomorrow.
The event will be attended by Pauline Daniels and will include a charity raffle in aid of the Lily Centre. Entrance is pounds 5. For more information ring 0151-709 0735.
SPEKE: Peoples Ford in Speke Hall Road is asking city planners for the go-ahead to build a car showroom after demolishing the old one.
BELLE VALE: A 15M telecommunication mast will be built on the north east side of Childwall Valley Road, opposite Belle Vale District Centre, if city planners give permission.
EVERTON: Faith RC primary school has applied to Liverpool planners to erect fencing and re-position pedestrian access gate at its premises in Bute Street.
KENSINGTON: Numbers 179 to 181 Smithdown Road will be turned into four one-bedroom flats and two two-bedroom flats complete with a rear extension, if city planners agreed.