Consultation on introducing a new Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) across the whole of the borough has started and lasts until April 11
As part of Sefton Council’s commitment to promote responsible dog ownership, we are consulting on introducing new dog control measures.
Consultation on introducing a new Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) across the whole of the borough started on February 6 and will last until April 11.
A Public Space Protection Order is an official measure that is an enforceable part of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. PSPOs can be used to protect the public from behaviour that is having or is likely to have a harmful effect on the quality of life of those in an area.
On Thursday, 4 May 2017, all residents over the age of 18 years residing in the Liverpool City Region will be entitled to vote for the first ever Liverpool City Region Mayor.
If you are already registered to vote, you will receive your poll card by 3 April 2017.
If you’re not already registered to vote, ensure you register and make your vote count to influence the issues that affect you and the area where you live.
Members of Hurlston Hall Golf Club have celebrated raising £16,400 for the Children's Unit at Ormskirk and District Hospital over the past 12 months.
Will Oldfield, the 2016 Club Captain 2016, said:
“It’s a terrific result and I am bursting with pride at the generosity of the club membership.”
The key fundraising activity was held when the club arranged a Longest Day Challenge with 23 golfers playing 72 holes in a day at Hurlston Hall, starting at 4.30am and finishing just before 10pm.
Members and friends supported the event during the day providing refreshments, marshalling and moral support.
Other fundraising activities included a novel “virtual nearest the pin” competition on the 7th hole at Pebble Beach during the Captain's Away Day in July.
Linda Connolly, Assistant Matron for Paediatrics and Neonates, and Tina Hill, Paediatric Practice Development Nurse, received a cheque on behalf of the hospital at a presentation evening from the club captains, Alison Wood and Will Oldfield.
“We were honoured to be chosen as the club’s charity for 2016. Members have worked hard at raising an amazing sum of money and we would like to express our greatest appreciation to everyone. Their fundraising and generosity will be put to good use to benefit the patients who attend the unit.”
Issued by Tony Ellis, Marketing and Communications Manager
Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust
Telephone 01704 704494
NHS Southport and Formby Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has announced the dates of their next governing body meeting and are encouraging anyone with an interest to go along.
Doctors, nurses and other health professionals who make up the committees will discuss a range of issues including the performance of the services they commission, like hospitals and community care.
Rob Caudwell, local GP and NHS Southport and Formby CCG chair said:
“The governing body is a formal meeting and it’s a way for people to find out more about what we’re doing. They can also ask us any questions ahead of the meeting getting underway.
The meetings are also a chance for residents to meet some of the doctors and other professionals that make up the governing body and to listen in on the discussions taking place.”
The NHS Southport and Formby CCG meeting will take place on Wednesday 29 March at the Family Life Centre, Ash St, Southport, Merseyside, PR8 6JH, at 1pm.
Papers will be made available here beforehand: www.southportandformbyccg.nhs.uk/about-us/governing-body/governing-body-meetings
Anyone who is interested in attending is asked to call 0151 247 7000 to confirm their attendance.