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Formby Today : 31 January

A selection of topical short stories
Curated daily by FormbyFirst

Be prepared

Something tasty for lunch?

Today's weather continues to cause local disruption

Specially for the guitar enthusiasts

Be prepared for some inconvenience

It's a quiet start to the day.

Do come back later, I'll see what I can find to feature.

At least it hasn't snowed as earlier reports from the Met Office were suggesting.


Formby Today : 30 January

A selection of topical short stories
Curated daily by FormbyFirst

Take care if you are a visitor

Come and say hello

 

FORMBY POOL TRUST.

Elbow Lane, Formby

INVITES YOU TO COME AND MEET…

ON

Saturday 30th January 2016 1.00pm – 3.00pm

SEAN BRADY WHO WILL BE HAPPY TO CHAT WITH YOU

ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING, AND WHAT COULD BE GROWING IN FORMBY POOL’S EDIBLE GARDEN

AND THE TEAM’S PLANS FOR THE COMING MONTHS.

WHY NOT JOIN HIM?


Formby Today: 29 January

A selection of topical short stories
Curated daily by FormbyFirst

A sign of the care issues to come.


Formby Today:28 January

A selection of topical short stories
Curated daily by FormbyFirst

I have to confess I'm struggling with a virus

Sad News

A sign of the care issues to come.

This was one of the stand out facts at yesterday's meeting. The needs are going to increase whilst the resources available decrease.


Formby Today : 27 January

A selection of topical short stories
Curated daily by FormbyFirst

Planning Application Provokes a lively response.

On a personal note as one of the #EdibleFormby team I approached the Mill Hill Fathers several years ago to suggest the land concerned would be ideal for a Community Garden.

At the time I was told 'There's some sort of legal issue with boundaries and ownership', so the project never proceeded

Busy Day - Edible Formby & CCG meeting

I'm on the road today with the #EdibleFormby team meeting at the Pool this morning. Then I'm going to to observe the Formby and Southport CCG meeting this afternoon.

More here later and on Twitter at formbyfirst@formbyvillage.

Wondering what the Local CCG does?

See this story.

Changing Coastline Talk at Formby Library

The next monthly talk at Formby Library will be on Tuesday, February 9 when Graham Lymbery, Sefton Council's Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Manager, will discuss the "Changing Coastline: a recent history of the Sefton Coast"

Booking will be essential, full story Coastline Talk