Kelsey Maxwell

Chief Reporter

Kelsey is St Helens born and bred and is the Chief Reporter of the St Helens Star newspaper covering breaking, national and local news and entertainment. She previously worked solely on the Leigh Journal newspaper, which she currently still writes for as a secondary title. She has worked for Newsquest as a journalist for eight years and during that time has helped campaign for Violet-Grace's Law and Helen's Law. Kelsey studied at UCLAN where she achieved a degree in Journalism and English Literature and is NCTJ Gold Standard Certified and has an NQJ qualification. Call Kelsey directly on 01744 762711.

Kelsey is St Helens born and bred and is the Chief Reporter of the St Helens Star newspaper covering breaking, national and local news and entertainment. She previously worked solely on the Leigh Journal newspaper, which she currently still writes for as a secondary title. She has worked for Newsquest as a journalist for eight years and during that time has helped campaign for Violet-Grace's Law and Helen's Law. Kelsey studied at UCLAN where she achieved a degree in Journalism and English Literature and is NCTJ Gold Standard Certified and has an NQJ qualification. Call Kelsey directly on 01744 762711.

Latest articles from Kelsey Maxwell

Inside this gorgeous detached home on the market for £675,000

The entire house was completely renovated to create a grand design style home that makes the most of the breath-taking views it enjoys to the front. It is absolutely brimming with immediate curb appeal. The home was rewired, all the windows and doors inside and out were replaced, and a brand-new central heating system was installed with decorative cast iron radiators in the majority of the rooms. Viewing is absolutely necessary to fully appreciate the abundance of high-quality accommodations. Noteworthy features include an impressive reception area with a glazed landing and snug that enjoys amazing open views, a beautifully presented open concept living room and sitting room with a feature fireplace and a modern wood stove that leads into a lovely sun lounge, and an exquisitely designed bespoke kitchen with a large island and a rear glazed gallery extension that includes a dining area and a dining room. The extension also gives access to a utility and a flexible room that could be used as a playroom, gym, or home office. Additionally, there is a lavish cloakroom/WC downstairs, a dining area for entertaining, and a ground-floor bedroom or office with a side porch, while upstairs, a brand-new living space with a beautiful family bathroom and three imposing bedrooms. A luxurious ensuite bathroom as well as walk-in closets and storage with lighting included in the main bedroom. Externally, to the rear the magnificent garden is substantial, evoking the feeling of a boutique resort - with formal, secluded lawned gardens and a patio area.

Thousands with cancer-causing condition offered life-saving bowel cancer screening

Steve Russell, national director of screening and vaccinations for the NHS, said: “Our successful bowel cancer screening programme already helps identify thousands of cancers each year, and now thousands more people who have been diagnosed with Lynch syndrome will also be given regular colonoscopies to check for signs of cancer and to detect the disease earlier.