Rimrose Valley Wildflower Meadow

Councillor Michael Roche and fellow Victoria ward councillors are pleased to announce that they have secured funding to expand the Rimrose Valley Wildflower meadow.

In addition to refreshing the exsisting 1 Hectare meadow within the running track, a further 1.5 hectare is to be sown this year in the field between Derwent road and Queensway. This is adjacent to the Queensway Allotments.

The implementation will again be managed by Richard Scott from The Eden Project and undertaken by David Roughley, a local Farmer.

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Ward Meeting

The next ward meeting is on 1st February 2021 at 7:pm

The meeting will be held Virtually via Microsoft Teams, members will receive a link to join.

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Dental Care During Lockdown

If you are suffering from dental pain during lockdown, telephone your usual dental practice in the first instance and they will triage you over the phone. If you aren’t registered with a dentist, go HERE 


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Posted by on June 11, 2020 in Uncategorized


Coronavirus Help

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Covid 19 Public Testing

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Some nearby Planning applications

Penny Lane/Plus Dane Builders have submitted  a planning application this week to develop the former Central Buildings site on Moor lane to 39 apartments with, potentially 91 occupants and 2 A1 retail shops.  The CGI views are just an initial impression of how the building might look.  If you want to view the full application then click  link below and under Keyword type DC/2020/00734



Sefton CVS Covtid 19 volunteers

Over 800 hundred have signed up to volunteer so far at the borough’s official service to help supply the Vulnerable and self isolators. Register here to offer whatever help you can.

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Posted by on April 2, 2020 in Uncategorized


Sefton Council reveal details of Council Tax Hardship Fund

Sefton Council have been awarded a government grant to help residents who may be struggling to pay their Council Tax during the COVID-19 outbreak.Sefton will receive a grant of £3.037m as part of £500m available nationally from the government’s emergency Council Tax Hardship Fund.

Any residents who are of working age, and have had their bill reduced by an award of Council Tax Reduction, will be eligible for relief of at least £150 from the fund.

The local authority will make a decision on a case by case basis for any relief above £150, taking into account the funding available.

A spokesman for Sefton Council said: “This relief will reduce Council Tax bills for eligible claimants for the financial year of 2020/2021.

“Any eligible council tax bills will be re-issued once the relief has been applied.

“Any balance remaining from the £3m will be added to the Council’s Council Tax Exceptional Hardship Payment Fund.

“This fund can be applied for by anyone who is responsible for Council Tax who is suffering financial hardship.”

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