Sefton Park Meadows Under Threat From Development

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Whether you use it as a training space for running or as an area to relax to enjoy the sun (whenever possible) Sefton Park is a feature well known to any student studying in Liverpool. Stunning Sefton   Sefton Park is a beautiful Grade I listed green space and covers an area of over 200 acres. It was originally purchased in 1867 and designed as More...

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By Emma McDermott On Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

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A recent study by Dr Bryony Caswell, from the University of Liverpool’s School of Environmental Sciences, in collaboration with Dr Angela Coe, from the Open University, has found similarities in the declining More...

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Every day, we get up, shower with our favourite toiletries, apply our make-up and hair-care products and head off out the door, feeling confident and satisfied. But the question that we are rarely made aware of More...

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England faces drought.

Water companies have been warned to prepare for the worst as the lack of rain fall in England from June onwards has resulted in ground water levels falling drastically and dangerously low. The Environment Agency More...

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Official Launch of Guild Roof Garden

Yesterday saw the official launch of Liverpool Guild of Students’ new roof garden. The previously unused site has been developed by Liverpool Guild of Students (LGoS) and the University of Liverpool with support More...