Pawprints  (from post in Facebook)

Pawprints Wildlife Rescue 


Pawprints Wildlife Rescue offers rescue, rehabilitation and where appropriate, release for a variety of wildlife – currently hedgehogs.

Soon to open hedgehog and wildlife rescue in Hoylake.

Do you have what it takes to be a “Pawprints” volunteer?

We believe that volunteers are the heart of our project to support our indigenous wildlife. 

Supported by a robust volunteer management programme we aim to ensure an excellent volunteer experience.

Following induction into the organisation, volunteers are encouraged to develop their personal skills and confidence in a range of roles. Supported by the core team they will, following training in their area of work, be encouraged to grow, to develop and to take responsibility for the care of the wildlife they support in whichever way they can.

There are roles for events managers and fundraisers at events across the region, admin and reception workers, and hands-on animal support roles (according to experience and expertise), at our soon to open hedgehog and wildlife rescue in Hoylake.

If you have a few hours to spare to support Wirral Wildlife and you are aged over 16 years, we want to hear from you. 

Come and meet us at the Charity Shop, 29 Seaview Road, Liscard from 12th - 19th April. Donate, volunteer, learn.

Alternatively, contact us on 

Facebook: Pawprintswildliferescue/about

Twitter:  @wirralpaws

or email:


Every year the volunteers of Hoylake and Meols in Bloom do all they can to ‘Help make the Village Smile’. Our planters are now well established and our understanding of how to ‘grow’ our community both human and flora is strong.

Building on our passion and our experience we feel we are ready to enter Hoylake and Meols in the coveted Royal Horticultural Society’s North West in Bloom competition under the small seaside resort category.

To find out more & to see how you can join in go to the wensite:


Closure of WSNC, the Sensory Softplay Resource

Public notice: Please note that, along with the closure of WSNC, the Sensory Softplay Resource (which has been run, maintained and funded by the WSNC volunteers) will also close (on Thursday 29th March), with the resource being dismantled and equipment will be donated to local special needs schools, individuals and groups

Anyone wanting to know why, please email Carla at for further information.

Thank you for all your support over the years, we've really appreciated it


A message from WSNC volunteers regarding the permanent closure of the club and sensory resource:

The closure of the WSNC and Sensory Resource is due to staffing operational changes made by the management and trustees of the community centre over the past year, which have given rise to a series of health and safety issues and concerns.

Further details at:


Plans approved for 'stylish' homes on Hoylake tennis courts

Plans have been approved to build 'stylish' new houses on disused tennis courts that have been the subject of recent anti-social behaviour.

Ten three-bedroom homes will be built on the St Luke’s site in Hoylake with the developers promising to 'transform' the location.

More details at:


See 11 reasons why residents oppose the Hoylake Golf Resort at



‘Wirral Festival of Firsts ‘2018 Details of Poetry & Photography competitions & events at



Wirral New Music Collective is an independent group of record labels, music writers, promoters, visual artists, artist managers, magazine publishers and musicians who believe in music’s power to shape a new future for Wirral.

More details at













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