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Have you visited The Knowsley Offer?

by Jonathan Kearney

The Knowsley Offer launched five months’ ago, following consultation conducted last year to identify what issues were impacted on you and what support and services you needed to help you thrive, and not just survive.

The Knowsley Offer is an online resource outlining the support, services, information, advice, facilities and much more that is available to Knowsley residents and businesses right now.

From support to get a job, what’s available in the borough’s town centres and how you can get involved in your community, through to support available to older people and things for young people to do, you’ll find it all on The Knowsley Offer.

Councillor Graham Morgan, Leader of Knowsley Council and Chairperson of the Knowsley Better Together Partnership Board, said: “We know that our residents have faced challenges – firstly with the pandemic and more recently the cost of living crisis.

“It’s really important that the Council and its partners work together to ensure that they have the right help and support available to them to help them to thrive and not just survive.

“That’s why we developed The Knowsley Offer – ensuring that residents had one place where they could access the help and support around issues that were affecting them. Whether that be help to manage your money, information about healthcare services, activities for young people or support for older people, you’ll find it all on the Knowsley Offer.”

The Knowsley Offer is available at www.knowsleybettertogether.co.uk/TheOffer. You’ll find information and advice around ten key areas:-

  • Your Money
  • The Place
  • Housing
  • Children and Young People
  • Support for Adults
  • Health
  • Community Safety
  • Business
  • Jobs and Training
  • Get Involved

Need help to get online?

If you need help to get online, call into any of the Borough’s five libraries (in Halewood, Huyton, Kirkby, Prescot, and Stockbridge Village) and speak to a “Digital Buddy”.  You can check the opening times for the Borough’s libraries by calling 0151 443 3734.

There are also a range of drop-in digital sessions taking place across the Borough through the Family and Community Education (FACE) service – call Michelle Daly on (0151)-443 5389 to find out when and where they are taking place.