WITHIN hours of Live Sounds reporting last week on the demise of Southport heavy metal band Defeat!Retreat, came news of their new venture.
IT’S always sad when a band breaks up, but for the lads from Southport heavy metal outfit Defeat!Retreat it was great while it lasted.
FOR one night only, Tom Jones is coming to The Aughton Institute in the form of Danny Roman.
MUSICIANS, actors and volunteers are being urged to get involved with a growing community project.
TOM Jones tribute act Danny Roman will be performing at The Endbutt in Crosby on Saturday, March 15.
BURSCOUGH jumped back into the top half of the Unibond Premier Division table, with a 3-0 success at home to Worksop Town.
MUSIC legend Sir Tom Jones will play Liverpool's ECHO arena this autumn.
SOULFUL singing sensation Paul Carrack will bring his live tour to the Philharmonic Hall this month.
WON one, drawn one, lost one - that was the outcome of Skelmersdale 1st XI's three games over a busy weekend.
SKELMERSDALE'S cricketers are kicking themselves after two Bank Holiday weekend reversals that could have – and should have – gone their way.
SKELMERSDALE Cricket Club enjoyed a treble tonic at the weekend, with all three Saturday sides winning.
SKEM will play in one of the country's premier cricket leagues next year after gaining promotion from the Merseyside and Southport Alliance on a dramatic final day of the season.
SKELMERSDALE are just a win away from promotion to the Liverpool Competition after defeating in-form Prescot in style.
IN the Merseyside & Southport Alliance League's biggest game of the year, Skelmersdale held off a mighty challenge from fourth-placed Norley Hall to retain pole position.
SKELMERSDALE extended their lead at the top of the Southport & Merseyside Alliance with a crucial three wicket win over second-placed Alder.
A BIRCH Green teacher is retiring this week after 32 years at her school.
DESPITE failing to overcome a dogged Birkenhead St Mary’s, Skelmersdale remain top of the Merseyside& Southport Alliance at the halfway stage.
SUPERB all-round performances from Indian professional Hemal Watekar and skipper Phil Armstrong saw title-chasing Skem to a crushing seven wicket victory over favourites Rainford.