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Viv Campbell with the abundant flower display measuring 5ft 7inches

Blooming marvelous: Is this the biggest hanging basket in Wirral?

Huge display of flowers measures 5ft 7inches...and still growing!

International darts champion Robbie ‘Kong’ Green returns to Wirral

International darts champion Robbie 'Kong' Green with Lee Smith from the Lord Nelson on Trafalgar Road, where he started playing
‘Kong’ will be aiming for the bullseye in his Wallasey hometown

Help trace owner of Charge of the Light Brigade photograph taken in Hong Kong

Photograph signed 'Love Terry' found in Liscard
Photograph was taken in 1960 in Hong Kong but found in Liscard

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Viv Campbell with the abundant flower display measuring 5ft 7inches

Blooming marvelous: Is this the biggest hanging basket in Wirral?

Huge display of flowers measures 5ft 7inches...and still growing!

International darts champion Robbie 'Kong' Green with Lee Smith from the Lord Nelson on Trafalgar Road, where he started playing

International darts champion Robbie ‘Kong’ Green returns to Wirral

‘Kong’ will be aiming for the bullseye in his Wallasey hometown

Photograph signed 'Love Terry' found in Liscard

Help trace owner of Charge of the Light Brigade photograph taken in Hong Kong

Photograph was taken in 1960 in Hong Kong but found in Liscard

Harry Glover and Pete Bray in Hamilton Square ahead of their 15,000 mile journey around Europe for charity

Record-breaking trek across Europe completed by Wirral motorcyclists

Harry Glover and Pete Bray, from Birkenhead, rode to 28 countries in Europe

Lever Brothers volunteers waiting for the Chester train on the morning of September 7, 1914. Picture courtesy of Port Sunlight Museum Collection

Centenary of 'great send off' of 700 Lever Brothers employees in Port Sunlight

Volunteers will recreate the 700 Lever Brothers employees who signed up to fight in the First World War

James Osborne forges out a career as a blacksmith

Student blacksmith from Wirral 'Masters' tools of trade

James Osborne will study a Masters degree in blacksmithing to keep the craft alive

Birkenhead Soroptimist president elect Elaine Haywood with some shoes to kick start the campaign

High heeled men in Wirral to walk a mile in her shoes against domestic violence

Hundreds of men will walk a mile in heels to raise money for The Zero centre, Women’s Aid and RASA

Professor Steve Harding has published his latest book Viking Tranmere

Viking links with Tranmere Rovers revealed in book

Book tells of Norse links to Tranmere Rovers Football Club

GCSE results for India Wild, Owen Morris, Sam Gavin-Pitt, Max Shah, Eleanor Hilton, Alexandra Scott at Birkenhead School

GCSE exam success for pupils across Wirral

Schools report good results despite changes to the exam system

Liam Hannah from Wallasey won the north west's 16 to 24 category in the Spectacle Wearer of the Year Award

Clear vision for Wirral man awarded north west spectacle wearer title

Liam Hannah is a Spectacle Wearer of the Year finalist

Wallasey Town Hall

Wage rise for Wirral Council apprentices

Wirral takes lead to pay higher living wage of £7.65 per hour

Bebington High Sports College A level students did well

Wirral A level students grade better than national average

Pass rate 98.7% for Wirral, above 98% national figure

Residents of Mount Road and Marsh Lane along with Bebington councillors Christina Muspratt, Walter Smith and Jerry Williams want to protect Green Belt land

Developers lose planning appeal to build on Green Belt land in Wirral

Planning inspector rejects appeal to build on Woodend Cottage site, next to Storeton Woods

David at the start of ride

Wirral teacher's solo mission to circumnavigate world on pushbike

David Barden, from Oxton, continues his world ride for nephew Noah

Birkenhead Victoria Cycling Club get in training for Wild Wales Challenge in memory of Michael Casson from Birkenhead

Wirral cycling club take on gruelling Welsh challenge for friend

Birkenhead Victoria Cycling Club are doing the challenge in memory of fireman Michael Casson

Prime Minister David Cameron presents Points of Light Award to Dave Nash

Prime Minister presents coveted award to Wirral volunteer

Dave Nash was given the Point of Light award for 16 years volunteering

The 700 Lever Brothers employees leaving Port Sunlight on September 7, 1914. Picture courtesy of Unilever Archives

Appeal for volunteers to recreate centenary of great send off in Port Sunlight

Volunteers needed to recreate 700 Lever Brothers employees who enlisted to fight in World War One

Vesbim Floyd Band in rehearsals

Pink Floyd tribute act coming to Wirral

Vesbim Floyd Band pay tribute to Pink Floyd and premiere their show in Wirral

Greasby Junior School pupils visit staff at the neonatal unit

Wirral pupils help hospital baby unit

Greasby Junior School collected £2,200 for the neonatal unit at Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital

Residents of Mount Road and Marsh Lane along with Bebington councillors Christina Muspratt, Walter Smith and Jerry Williams want to protect Green Belt land

Future of Green Belt land in Wirral lies with planning inspectorate

Planning inspector Paul Griffiths visited Woodend Cottage in Bebington after developers appealed

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Members dressed in Edwardian costume

Hundreds turnout to support Wirral sports club

Liverpool Liver Building by Roy Alexander

Collection of intricate paintings by architect to go on display in Wirral

Open golfer Singleton celebrates new baby as life keeps 'getting better and better'

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