Get involved in Kirkby local
Last updated at 14:31, Monday, 06 July 2009
WELCOME to Kirkby Local - a new website being run by local people to keep natives and visitors alike in touch with events and opportunities in the town.
Our aim is to become a platform for arts and social groups. Anyone with something to shout about is welcome to get involved and use the site to promote their group.
Of course, that's not to mention the groups and organisations that get together every week or the many events and meetings that take place.
Help keep the community in the loop by sharing what you know about the town with others through the Kirkby Local website - brought to you by the North West Evening Mail. It doesn't cost anything to post information - or even your opinion - on the site.
To find out more information call reporter Amy Fenton on 01229 840143 or use the email form below.
First published at 14:29, Monday, 06 July 2009
Published by http://www.kirkbylocal.co.uk
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