Re: Meeting to oppose proposed parking charges

Melrose Hall 16th June

A summary of meeting/feedback has been posted at

Some points covered there:

There was a good  turnout at the Melrose Hall yesterday. The hall was packed and

apparently there were as many people outside who could not get in.

Local councillors said a few words and then invited the two officers from the Council

to speak. This was followed by questions from the floor.

The councillors were taking notes and the message from them was very clear that

they do have two produce a detailed report to put in front of the Leader of the Council

and they urged people to continue to raise objections on the Council's website because all objections will be

considered. If you do this, please be as specific as you can be about your objections, stating clearly the negative

implications of adoption. The consultation period finishes on 22 June so please respond before then.


Protest plan over Wirral dog beach ban

Wirral Council wants to bring in tough new measures including bans and ordering owners to keep dogs on leads

Dog owners campaigning against Wirral Council's plan to ban dogs from beaches and tourist hotspots have organised a protest walk.

Owners and their pets will gather at the Leasowe Lighthouse at 4pm this Sunday (June 17) and walk along the beach to the Gunsite.

The local authority is set to bring in tough new measures that include dogs being banned from certain areas altogether, as well as others where owners will now have to keep them on leads at all times.


More details at:


10k Run to Continue (Also see ‘Events’- September)

The Hoylake 10k Run will still take place on Sunday the 16th September, but will be run and organised by local Hoylake UTS Run Club

For further information email

Entry details also at :



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:


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














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