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Oliver Reed really got his teeth into his starring role in Hammer's 'Curse of the Werewolf' (1961)

Let's face it, life in lockdown Heswall and district is a bit quiet right now, so a werewolf on the loose would liven things up.

We could load our guns with silver bullets, set torches ablaze, and then, as townsfolk in old horror movies almost always do, gather together and cry, "The creature must be destroyed!"

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Heswall Primary

The Prime Minister has announced that our schools will remain closed until March 8th at the earliest.

Under pressure to reveal a clear plan and timetable for school re-openings, Boris Johnson laid to rest any hopes among some parents, pressure groups and MPs that youngsters might be back in their classrooms immediately after the February half-term, on February 22nd.

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Remember: COVID-19 vaccines are free of charge

The latest scam email, which attempts to trick people into handing over their bank details, was reported more than 1,000 times in 24 hours. It appears to come from the NHS and asks the recipient to click on a link to accept or decline an invitation to receive the coronavirus vaccine. If they click accept, they are asked to input personal information and their bank card details.

The national reporting centre for fraud and cyber crime has previously warned about coronavirus vaccine scams, with many people reporting receiving fake text messages purporting to be from the NHS.

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Media Minister praises Nub News

By Mark Gorton

29th Jul 2021 | Local News

Media Minister, John Whittingdale, MP for Maldon in Essex

Minister for Media and Data John Whittingdale has praised Nub News for showing there is still a demand for community-focussed local journalism.

The Maldon MP's endorsement follows the expansion of Nub News into 62 towns across the UK in recent months, including the arrival of Heswall Nub News, formerly Heswall Today, in December last year.

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The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has today agreed to freeze the Mayoral Precept and Mersey Tunnel Tolls for the financial year 2021/22.

The Mayoral General Precept is part of the overall council tax paid by residents and used to fund Liverpool City Region-wide services for which the Mayor is responsible.

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