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The communal energy of Blackstock Gardens was so powerfully palpable there was a sense its series of three linked tenements where all somehow home. No word of a lie and never listen to people rubbishing your experiences, but every door

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First printed in February 1971, Scottie Press has provided a voice for generations of people living in and around the neighbourhoods of Scotland Road, through engaging grassroots journalism. 48 years later, it continues to campaign for people’s civil rights, injustice

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Time for Change and Every Mind Matters are just two of the recent campaign slogans designed to raise awareness of mental health issues in the UK. More recently, the broadcaster ITV featured a campaign Britain Get Talking encouraging families to

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Green space – time and time again – has been shown to have a huge number of physical and mental health benefits and the group that meets at Everton Community Garden is living proof of just that. Originally set up

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Scottie Press went along to a training session at The Rotunda to meet club secretary Gerard Starkey. Gerard is an original member of the club and has pretty much taken on all roles in his time. His enthusiasm and dedication

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Scottie Press met Walton MP Dan Carden in his local constituency office on Priory Road, which is currently displaying artwork from a recent community exhibition, bringing a fresh approach to Walton’s political hub – much like Dan Carden’s approaching life

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Two different worlds came together at The Lee Jones ABC in February when Year 8 students and staff from Notre Dame Catholic College met the GB Boxing squad and their Coach, Paul Walmsley. Team GB were in Liverpool to compete

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