St Helens: The Great and the Good.
This book is a celebration of the people and the heritage of the town of St Helens.
It profiles 100 people from the town, both past and present who have made their mark on a national and in some cases International stage and concludes that the Town has long punched above it's weight.
It has been written in a light-hearted manner but poses a serious question - will this prolific production line survive into the future?
It is a must read for anyone with an interest in the Town's History and also for the current youth of the Town - can they be inspired to succeed as others have before them?