St Johns together with St Andrew's and
St Catherine's will celebrate the Queens Jubilee on Saturday
4th June on the green in front of church 11am to 2pm. There
will be a Jubilee Messy Church for the children with games, activities and a
Punch &Judy. Music will be provided by a Ceilidh band, Meols Community
Choir and folk singer. Refreshments and a Bar-B-Cue will be available and lots
of stalls. No entrance fee but money raised will go to a local charity.
WADER’S WALK along the promenade at
Hoylake from the new Lifeboat Station, between the shore and Parade
Gardens, the painted fence is displaying lots of paintings of wading birds by
local artists. Volunteers are wanted to help refresh the painted fence. Also,
if you are an artist & would like to contribute to the gallery, please get
in touch: Call Barb on 0787652592 or Pete on 07423057618
Hoylake Willows is a small rewilding area located near
Manor Rd Station.
Wirral Wildlife Blog: The
Transformation of Hoylake Willows
This Facebook Group is for
anyone interested in following the progress of natural rewilding: The Hoylake Willows | Facebook
Wirral Council cuts plan leaves golf clubs, swimming pool and more under threat
See also wirralglobe.co.uk/news
Campaign to keep
public toilets open
There are calls
for Wirral Council to think again about a proposal to close public toilets
across the borough, including in West Kirby and Hoylake.
The lavatories are
under threat as the local authority looks to save £20 million this coming
financial year to balance its books.
Full article at: todaynews.co.uk
last updated/checked 08/05/22