This events involves a stroll around the four gardens and Crosby coastal park.
The area around Crosby beach and Crosby Marine Park stretches from Waterloo to the estuary of the River Alt at Hightown. The Coastal Park is currently home to the Iron men of Anthony Gormley’s Another Place.
The marine lake at Crosby is always of interest and the vast expanse of sandy beach provides resting and feeding locations for flocks of wading birds where the dunes shelter new arrivals.
The lakes and dunes have played host to a number of visitors over the years, including Long-Tailed Duck, Snow Bunting, Grey Phalarope, Lesser Scaup and Goldeneye.
*Meet at the corner of South Road and Marine Cresent in Crosby and wrap up warm!!*
This event will involve searching through Hale Park for migrants and finches, before heading down to the estuary coastal path. We will then be moving onto Pickerings Pasture Nature Reserve later on, where the Cafe will hopefully be open!
The walk is fairly easy, however the paths in the woodland and along the coast can be slightly tricky. Benches are sporadic at Hale and there are no facilities except for the Pub.
*Please dress appropriately as it can be chilly along the coast*
The Friends of Croxteth Hall & Country Park hold a concert at the historic Grade II-listed stately home at 7.30 pm on Saturday 21 September 2019. All welcome.
The Pastorale Choir brings a popular choral performance to the hall’s atmospheric old dining room where the Earls of Sefton – Liverpool’s oldest family – once held court.
Tickets cost just £10 each including prosecco, hot drinks and cake.
There will also be a raffle and bar available.
Stephen Guy, West Derby Society chairman and member of the Friends’ committee, said: “This is a great opportunity to savour the atmosphere of this fascinating building while enjoying an entertaining musical evening.”
For tickets contact firstname.lastname@example.org or send cheques or postal orders made out to Friends to Croxteth Hall plus SAE to FCH&CP, c/o 13 Haymans Green, West Derby, Liverpool L12 7JG.
This event is sponsored by Glaisyers www.glaisyers.com
On the night concert-goers can drive right up to the Hall by using the Home Farm entrance in Croxteth Hall Lane and park around the Hall L12 0HB.
This tour will take you on an exploration of the industrial history of the former railway goods yard, and how this contributed to the wildlife biodiversity of the park. This will focus particularly on the brick-making and railway operations that shaped the park that stands today.
A short walk of approximately 600 metres, but there is so much to see in this short distance.
Tea and cakes will be provided at the end of the tour.
*The lower half of the park is disabled-accessible*
Car and bike parking is available on site and there are good public transport links available.
Enjoy a walk through Cleaver Heath and the Heswall Dales. The Heather will be in flower and you can discuss the flora and fauna of Lowland Heaths, as well as their management.
Enjoy spectacular views across the Dee Estuary, Cleaver Health nature reserve and the Heswall Dales.
Maximum group size will be 20, on a first-come-first-served basis, therefore booking is essential. Bookings can be made at: www.cheshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/events
We strongly recommend wearing sturdy footwear, and bringing waterproof clothing or sun protection (a hat, sunglasses and sun cream). If you have binoculars, bring them along!
We apologise, but no dogs are allowed.
This event is not for public participation but to highlight the project beng run by Groundwork Trust and involving youth groups to focus on empowering new and existing community groups to take positive steps to improve the cleanliness of their high streets.
This event is focusing on St Helens Town Centre and will incorporate the Peter Street Estate, St.Helens Town Centre, The Shires, Corporation Street to Woodville Street ( all streets rear of the Town Hall up to Woodville Street)
Flashmob community clean ups are organised and led by young people, targeting some of the worst areas within the town centre. These events will be linked to the National Citizen Service programme and will include over 200 young people undertaking social action. These community clean-ups will be bright and loud. They will show the town that young people care about St Helens.
Enjoy your local green space and plan a picnic for Have a Field Day 2019.
In 1934, the first Playing Fields Day was held and in this time Fields in Trust have protected over 2,800 parks and green spaces. Now, on the first Saturday in July, they hold their annual Have a Field Day, championing local parks and green spaces.
Why not organise your own picnic, and connect with your local green space again? They’re amazing for your physical and mental health!
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Come along and learn from experts and case studies how to make a bigger impact locally or globally, whilst improving your bottom line.
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Air pollution is something which affects each and every one of us. Together, we can raise the profile of the effects of air pollution has on our health and what we can do about it.
Join us on Clean Air Day as we bring together stakeholders from Liverpool and the wider region to discuss how clinicians, members of the public and stakeholders can work together to improve the quality of the air we all breathe.
The event will be opened by the Mayor of Liverpool (Joe Anderson OBE) followed by a panel discussion including Professor Stephen Holgate (Royal College of Physicians’ special adviser on air quality), Larissa Lockwood (head of health and air quality at global action plan) and Colleen Martin (Assistant Director- Supporting Communities at Liverpool City Council).
The panel discussion will be followed by informal discussions between participants on the key actions we can all take. We’ll also be joined by members of the British Lung Foundation’s & Client Earth’s Clean Air Parents’ Network.
This event will seek to create a range of actions that together will help improve air quality in Liverpool.
*Light refreshments will be provided*
Book your place here:
Health walks taking place on Wednesday mornings across the Borough of Halton.
Walks begin at 11am and last for approximately 1 hour.
Please meet at Esposito’s Deli on Highlands Road (WA7 4PX)