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Home has never been more important and Wirral's fostering service are looking for more foster carers to provide a safe and loving environment for children with the launch of the 'home is where the heart is' campaign.

In Wirral there are currently 821 children and young people all in need of carers to provide a safe, stable, and loving home.

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Nurse Ann Taylor

A new exhibition opens today at Tate Liverpool on the Albert Dock, and pays a striking tribute to Merseyside NHS workers.

American artist Aliza Nisenbaum had originally intended to explore the world of British allotment gardening, but as the Covid-19 pandemic took hold she was struck by the 'clap for carers' phenomenon and the lives and experiences of those who were being applauded on Thursday evenings.

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Thomas the gorilla

Local teachers are delivering an educational workshop to primary schools across Wirral in the company of a character called Thomas the Gorilla.

Joe Parsonage from Heswall, and Sam Bryan from Hoylake, are the founders of Teach Rex, an educational company which uses characters to tell stories with powerful hooks to inspire and motivate children to engage with their learning.

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Heswall F.C. is appealing

Heswall Football Club has kicked off an appeal to support families in the community who may struggle to put Christmas dinner on the table this year. The Club is filling boxes with festive foodstuffs for those who need them.

Robbie Matthews, the Chairman of Heswall F.C., said, "This year has been a really difficult time for a lot of people and Christmas will only put added pressure on them, so as a Club we want to help out."

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