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Date:-  15 May 2006

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RAF Schools footie finals
Photographs thanks to the RAF

MERSEYSIDE'S St Margaret's went to the RAF Schools footie finals on 11 May 2006. Unfortunately they lost 1 to 3 to Cambridge team Impington High School.

St Margaret's brought along coach loads of supported on the day, adding to the spectacular atmosphere, and even though they didn't leave with the cup they each got a medal and the experience of playing at a premiership ground.

Well done to all on the team and good luck in next years game!

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Please contact Louise on:- 0161 235 6565.

Welcome to Liverpool.....

VISITORS arriving at Liverpool's Lime Street railway station can now receive tourist information as soon as they arrive off their train.

Rail passengers are able to take advantage of the new tourist information service, with experts on hand to advise on hotels or local attractions before they head into the city.

In a unique partnership with Virgin Trains, staff from the Liverpool Culture Company will be available in the Virgin Information point, from Platforms 7 to 9, to offer advice to visitors between 1100 and 1800 seven days a week.

Liverpool is expected to attract an extra 1.7million visitors in 2008, and Lime Street station will be the gateway to the city for may of these visitors.

Virgin Trains Station Manager for Liverpool, Keith Millard said:- "We are pleased to be working closely with the Liverpool Culture Company and look forward to welcoming visitors to Liverpool. This partnership is a real demonstration of Virgin Trains working closely with the local community. The tourism staff will complement the information service that Virgin Trains people provide at the station."

Keith Blundell, Head of Tourism in Liverpool Culture Company, said:- ''Lime Street is a key gateway and the welcome we provide there is critical to people's first impressions of the city. This new information service will provide tourists with a helping hand and a warm introduction. We hope to expand as we get closer to 2008.''
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