By Ana Madureira The Health Secretary is meeting the worldwide head of the Instagram, Adam Mosseri, today to discuss duty of care and the purging of self-harm and suicide content. This is happening during Children’s Mental Health Week and only two days after the Safer Internet Day and according to the chief executive of Merseyside Youth Association (MYA), using the internet safely might help young … Continue reading Merseyside Youth Chief: “We’re going to raise a generation that can’t look each other in the eye.”
By Olivia Wagg Bounce around at the inflatable theme park Bootle based company ‘activity for all’ has launched their very own inflatable theme park packed with 12 different inflatable courses. The theme park includes a giant helter skelter, bouncy castles, 15ft soccer darts, gladiator duel, basketball shootout, Nerf shooter and a tots area. Parents will be able to relax with a hot drink whilst the … Continue reading Top things to do this half term in Merseyside
More than 3,000 people have been handed self-help books to combat mental health illness in Merseyside in the last year. More than 1,000 are using them in Liverpool. Yet, some experts have raised concerns over whether these books are more a hindrance than help. Mersey Mash reporter Nafi Wernsing investigates. Continue reading Are self-help books the way to combat mental health?
By Danielle Wilson After its success in Harrogate, the Indoor Funfair is coming to Liverpool. It will be in Liverpool from the 15th until the 22nd of April. The fair will be fun for all the family, a perfect idea for something to do over the Easter half term. With 18 attractions including a mini wheel and waltzer. Events and Attractions will be hosting the … Continue reading Family indoor funfair is coming to Liverpool just in time for Easter
By Demi Williams The Liverpool Horror Club are hosting an exhibition celebrating Women in Horror. ‘Horror is No Place for a Lady’ will take place at the Constellations venue and is a 14 day celebration of women and their influence on horror. It will feature an art exhibit showcasing the work of 20+ Liverpool-based artists, all under the theme of Women in Horror. It will … Continue reading ‘Women in Horror’ Celebrated in Liverpool
By Sophie Drew
A Cheshire racing yard has confirmed it is the source of the equine flu outbreak that led to the current racing ban.
Horses at a racing yard in Cheshire, and seven other stables around the country, have contracted equine flu, leading to a nationwide ban on racing. Continue reading Cheshire racing yard confirms it is source of equine flu outbreak
By Faye Wasilowski
A Roman themed activity park will be coming to Liverpool in April this year.
Aintree will be the new home to the interactive park, which will be running from April 13 through to October. Continue reading The Romans are coming to Liverpool…Let the games begin!
By Jose Ruiz
Former Salford City Reds owner Marwan Koukash could be bringing Rugby League to Liverpool.
The millionaire is keen to create a club in the Merseyside area. Continue reading Millionaire keen to bring Rugby League to Liverpool
By Olivia Wagg
The Prince Of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will make an official visit to Royal Albert Dock next week in recognition of its Royal status.
It will be the second time this year Merseyside has hosted a Royal visit after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited Birkenhead in January. Continue reading Prince Charles to visit Merseyside in second Royal visit of year