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Individual letter of support for WVRA actions for Woolton Woods, 16th December 2015

The individual letter is to support the WVRAs actions in trying to gain a public right of way on the correct path in Woolton Wood.
It is not intended to be a petition and should be completed by supporters on an individual basis and returned to WVRA, 63 Allerton Road, Woolton, Liverpool L25 7RF by 22nd December at the latest.

Thank you for all your support in protecting our woodlands.

Merry Christmas from the Woolton Village Residents Association.

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Saturday 25th April, 10:30am. Celebration of Discovery of Woolton Woods Public Right of Way

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Please use the paypal link below to make a donation to fight the Council’s current plans to build the new St Julie’s School on Woolton Woods Greenspace.




Please visit the link below to object to the proposed building in Woolton Wood Green Space. We currently have over 7000 signatures on the epetition and hard copy. Even at this stage of the council’s plans, every additional signature counts.

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Saturday 28th March, Strategic Green and Open Spaces Review Board, chaired by Simon O’Brien

Dear Supporter,

The next meeting of the board which covers the Woolton, Childwall and Belle Vale wards will take place on Saturday 28th March, 10.30am -12 noon at St James Church Hall, Church Road South, Woolton, L25 7RJ.

How do I get involved?

Members of the board are holding public meetings around the city and they want to hear from you.

If you have creative ideas that you think will help to enhance our green and open spaces, then come along to the Woolton meeting or contact the board via the council website.

http://liverpool.gov.uk/mayor/mayoral-commissions/strategic-green-and-open-spaces-review-board/

Thank You.

Peter Eustance

Chair, Woolton Village Residents Association

www.wvra.co.uk

Sunday 22nd March 2015 at 10:00am, Woolton Woods Litter Pick

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Please use the paypal link below to make a donation to fight the Council’s current plans to build the new St Julie’s School on Woolton Woods Greenspace.




Please visit the link below to object to the proposed building in Woolton Wood Green Space. We currently have over 7000 signatures on the epetition and hard copy. Even at this stage of the council’s plans, every additional signature counts.

Visit e-petition