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Events

Note:  In light of uncertainty around coronavirus, many events have been cancelled or postponed. Please check with each event site for details.

 

Notices & News:

 

(See also ‘News’ section)

Back to the future as plans to substitute controversial chemical with ‘manual weeding’ revealed

Full article at liverpoolecho.co.uk/news

A new policy to reduce the use of a chemical some claim causes cancer is being considered in Wirral.

 

 

WIRRAL AGE UK- help with self-isolating for the elderlyrequest for volunteers:

They are offering:

Shopping & Delivery

Telephone Befriending

Wellbeing Checks

Information & Reassurance

 

To request support ring 0151 482 3456

Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm

Priority to age 70+ living alone

 

To volunteer to help – ageuk.org.uk/wirral

 


Helpers in Hoylake & Meols (during Coronavirus outbreak)

About:

Helpers in Hoylake and Meols are a group of volunteers who have come together during the coronavirus crisis to help any elderly and people with health conditions who should be staying indoors. We can offer help with essential shopping, medication collections, dog walking, and chats via the phone/video. We are also letting people know about The Lake/Ship Inn pubs cooking and distributing a free daily meal to these groups of people (plus essential key workers) and we can refer people to go on the list, subject to availability.

Full details at: facebook.com/groups

 

 

 

A list of just some of the local restaurants and food providers that are offering contactless delivery or collection services. Options in Hoylake are given here, but more areas can be found at facebook.com/wirralfoodandartsmarket

2020

July

Period

Venue & Time

Event & Contact Details

Check site for details

Quirky Cafe, 124E Market St, Hoylake

 
CH47 3BH

Quirky Café opening holding various themed events for children.

For details go to:

 https.www.facebook.com/quirkycafe

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  Finish By 5pm

 

 *Comments 

 Online

Wirral Council is consulting on new evidence base documents prepared to support the emerging Local Plan.

  Copies of the new studies are available to view in the following ways:

·         Through the Council’s Local Plan web page: https://www.wirral.gov.uk/planning-and-building/local-plans-and-planning-policy/wirrals-new-local-plan/new-local-plan-evidence

 *The easiest way to submit comments is through the Council’s online consultation portal:

https://wirral-consult.objective.co.uk/kse/event/35414

You will need to register for an account in order to make comments on any of the documents.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

[Page last updated/checked 12/07/20

 

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