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by Wirral Council News
Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:16 am
Forum: Council News
Topic: This is how New Ferry hardship fund may be allocated
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This is how New Ferry hardship fund may be allocated

<r>Details of how a hardship fund of £200,000, earmarked for those affected by the New Ferry explosion in 2017, should be allocated will be discussed by Wirral Council’s Cabinet at its next meeting on 22nd July.<br/> <br/> The report has been written and compiled after discussions with elected membe...
by Wirral Council News
Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:01 am
Forum: Council News
Topic: Cabinet Member declares climate emergency
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Cabinet Member declares climate emergency

<r>Last night Wirral Council declared a climate emergency in the borough.<br/> <br/> This declaration marks the start of a programme of work designed to reduce the carbon impact of Wirral’s public services.<br/> <br/> Led by Cllr Liz Grey, Cabinet Member for Environment and Climate Change, plans to ...
by Wirral Council News
Fri Jul 12, 2019 3:46 pm
Forum: Council News
Topic: Local business cleans up
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Local business cleans up

<r>Prioritising more sustainable and greener ways of business, Seacombe based company, Ørsted have been making changes in reaction to the climate crisis.<br/> <br/> In the recent ‘Climate Crisis: What’s Next in Wirral’ event on 10 July, saw environmental entrepreneur and author, Ed Gillespie, refer ...
by Wirral Council News
Fri Jul 12, 2019 12:15 pm
Forum: Council News
Topic: Plans for Eureka! Mersey submitted
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Plans for Eureka! Mersey submitted

<r>Plans for a second Eureka! children’s museum on the Wirral waterfront have been submitted to Wirral Council. The proposals are for an £11.75 million world-class visitor attraction for six to 14-year-olds, with an additional area dedicated to the 0-5 years age group.<br/> <br/> If approved, Eureka...
by Wirral Council News
Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:15 am
Forum: Council News
Topic: Blast into Space with Mama G and Wirral Libraries
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Blast into Space with Mama G and Wirral Libraries

<r>Wirral Libraries welcome Mama G for interactive storytelling sessions across the borough on 25 July.<br/> <br/> The brand-new stories, created by Mama G, explore the theme of space, encourage you to be who you are and embrace your individuality.<br/> <br/> Visiting West Kirby, Bebington and Birke...
by Wirral Council News
Wed Jul 10, 2019 5:51 pm
Forum: Council News
Topic: Wirral high streets shortlisted for Government funding
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Wirral high streets shortlisted for Government funding

<r>Major regeneration plans for New Ferry and Birkenhead have taken a significant step forward after the Government announced they had been shortlisted for funding to help revitalise their high streets.<br/> <br/> Council proposals for the two Wirral shopping areas are among those being taken to the...
by Wirral Council News
Wed Jul 10, 2019 3:35 pm
Forum: Council News
Topic: HPV vaccine offered to Wirral's year 8 students when new term starts 
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HPV vaccine offered to Wirral's year 8 students when new term starts 

<r>From September 2019, year 8 boys in Wirral schools will be offered the free Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine for the first time.<br/> <br/> Girls have been offered the HPV vaccine free from the NHS since 2008. So far, 10 million doses of HPV vaccine have been given to young women in this count...
by Wirral Council News
Fri Jul 05, 2019 9:22 am
Forum: Council News
Topic: Rescued honeybees move in at Heswall day centre
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Rescued honeybees move in at Heswall day centre

<r>A hive of honeybees caused a ‘storm’ in June of last year after high winds brought down their home in a large tree – obstructing a road and footpath.<br/> <br/> A year on, the bees are now settled at Dale Farm, which provides adults with disabilities and mental health needs opportunities to learn...
by Wirral Council News
Wed Jul 03, 2019 5:31 pm
Forum: Council News
Topic: Wirral set to respond to the climate emergency
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Wirral set to respond to the climate emergency

<r>Scientists are in agreement that unnatural climate change is happening and is happening now and recently, the UK Parliament declared a climate emergency.<br/> <br/> The recent TV programme ‘Climate Change- The Facts’ from David Attenborough and the action-demanding protests are testament to the e...
by Wirral Council News
Wed Jul 03, 2019 4:30 pm
Forum: Council News
Topic: Blue plaque honours prolific Wirral woman
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Blue plaque honours prolific Wirral woman

<r>A Blue Plaque to commemorate famous Wirral-based author, public speaker, and key figure in the suffragist movement Agnes ‘Maude’ Royden has been unveiled at Frankby Hall, by the Mayor of Wirral Cllr Tony Smith.<br/> <br/> Described by Good Housekeeping in 1928 as “the best-known woman preacher in...