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Sefton

a unitary authority in NW England, in Merseyside. Pop.: 281 600 (2003 est.). Area: 150 sq. km (58 sq. miles)
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But, on this occasion, Sefton has not provided any details, apart from that the hearing concerns Linacre ward.
Completion of the sale of the Kansas Assets remains subject to, inter alia, Sefton and the buyer of the Kansas Assets entering into definitive sale and purchase agreements as well as approval by Sefton shareholders at a general meeting of the company.
Yesterday, Judge Raynor QC ruled that Sefton Council should not have frozen payment levels to almost 1,600 elderly people in care.
Sefton were unsuccessful; his phone number is unlisted.
Sefton, 47, a Merseyside borough in the UK, is twinned with Paphos, and there are strong cultural ties between the two.
It's a very broad spectrum, and that's really what we're all about,'' says Sefton.
Sefton is being watched closely by the Los Angeles dance community, given that UCLA is the leading presenter of contemporary dance in Southern California.
It was Valerie's wish to have her ashes given to each member of her immediate family as a remembrance of her life," explains Bill Sefton.
It marks the end of a five-year battle by campaigners - including Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall - who strongly objected to plans to build executive homes on the green space close to Sefton Park.
Following last year's production of the Globe Shakespeare Company's all-male ``Twelfth Night,'' Cheek by Jowl goes for more contemporary tellings of Shakespeare's plays, according to Sefton.
Sefton bought the Bootle shopping centre earlier this year, in a deal thought to be worth around PS32m, which was paid for with loans.
SEFTON council has helped a small firm help more small firms on the road to success.