We are supporting St Helens Community Safety Partnership campaign 'Be a Good Guy'
It's all about the different ways we can look after one another this autumn and keep St Helens safe and clean.
With Halloween approaching the council is regrettably discouraging participation in ‘Trick or Treating’ this year, to prevent further spread of Covid-19. Parents are advised that the traditional Trick or Treating carries an increased risk of infection by its nature, with vast and unnecessary social mixing between many different households.
It is also with sadness that St Helens Borough Council confirms that the annual Spark in the Park fireworks display will not be going ahead this year - Organising such a large-scale visitor attraction and encouraging such unnecessary social mixing would not be possible in this climate.
#AwesomeAutumn Activity Hub
It's more important than ever to keep everyone safe- which is why St Helens are setting out ways in which residents who usually celebrate Bonfire Night and Halloween should do so safely at home.
And that’s where you come in:
An online interactive hub, which is full of Stay At Home activity ideas.
It includes colouring sheets, live and interactive quiz events (participate at home) , family friendly film night suggestions, recipes and spooky live video sessions hosted by St Helens libraries and Sports Development Services.
To support the campaign, St Helens ask that you
- access Stay At Home Activity Hub from your website: www.sthelens.gov.uk/awesomeautumn
- and to help raise awareness of the hub on your social media channels as a fun way families can still celebrate both events, using the hashtag- #AwesomeAutumn