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.

Thank You.

Peter Eustance

Chair, Woolton Village Residents Association

3 replies on “Saturday 28th March, Strategic Green and Open Spaces Review Board, chaired by Simon O’Brien”

  1. John says:

    Next Green Review Board meeting is tomorrow for Anfield, Kirkdale & Everton wards: Thursday 26 March, 6.30 – 8.00pm
    Kirkdale Neighbourhood Centre (KNC, The Gordon) Stanley Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool L5 7QP

  2. Suzie Dodd says:

    Hello. I am part-running a campaign to save the Rock Ferry High School and Woodlands in Wirral, against WBC’s plans to sell the site to a private developer.

    The fight for the site has become a complex issue since our local MP has become involved. He is using his political muscle to steer the development project and has sabotaged our campaign group and now set up a residents’ association, who are pro-development, to represent the views of the community!

    Since Frank Field, MP has become involved, our campaign has effectively, ground to a halt. I would like to try and revive the fight, but I really don’t know how to do this in a way that would produce results.

    Would a member of your association be willing to meet me and offer me some wholesome advice on what I can do to restart the campaign, or alternatively, could you or someone else offer some tips on how I/we can regain the moral high ground and steer another association group with the aim of saving the green space and woodlands.

    I have never done anything like this before, and I’ll admit I am struggling to be an effective campaign manager that can steer the campaign through the mind-field of a political manipulation and sordid propaganda and fit in my other duties and commitments.

    I am in the process of compiling a newsletter, but I need to do far more than this to reach out to the right people. Could you offer any suggestions you think I /we could benefit from?

    I would be more than willing to meet up with someone at their convenience so I can learn what would be good for our campaign.

    Good luck with your campaign, thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.


    • andyeustance says:

      Hi Suzie,
      I’ve asked a membe rof the association to get in touch with any help we can offer.

      All the best with your campaign.


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