Sefton to hold a minute’s silence to honour lives lost to Covid-19

Sefton Council will lead in a minute’s silence to remember those who have passed away from Covid-19 in the borough. Sadly 272 people in the borough have lost their lives through Covid-19 and they will be remembered during a minute’s silence at the start of the next Cabinet Meeting of Sefton Council from 10am on Thursday, June 25. The silence will be led by Cllr … Continue reading Sefton to hold a minute’s silence to honour lives lost to Covid-19

Courses to boost your skills

Sefton Community Learning Service have courses starting over the next  couple of weeks. As more and more people have been furloughed or been made redundant, plus we are all spending more time at home, the service is offering courses to refresh skills or give the opportunity to try something different.    Need to refresh and update basic IT skills? Why not join the Introduction to … Continue reading Courses to boost your skills

Sefton’s schools scheduled to re-open

Following advice issued to schools in Sefton to delay reopening, Sefton Council can now confirm that all schools will be reopening for Nursery, Reception and Years 1, 6, 10 and 12 on Monday, June 22. Cllr Ian Maher, Leader of Sefton Council said: “Sefton Council’s approach has been to work with headteachers and staff focusing on making safe and sensible decisions and maintaining, wherever possible a … Continue reading Sefton’s schools scheduled to re-open

Walkers ‘fore’warned about their safety as golf courses get busy

With more than 2,000 rounds having been played at Bootle Golf Course since it re-opened on Wednesday 20 May, Sefton Council’s Green Sefton team is warning people not to use the course for exercise and dog walks or fishing. Since Green Sefton announced it had re-opened Bootle Golf Course and Southport Golf Links, with fees held at 2019/20 levels, business has been brisk. Players have … Continue reading Walkers ‘fore’warned about their safety as golf courses get busy

Feedback sought on new homes proposals for Netherton’s Buckley Hill Lane

Sefton Council is seeking feedback from residents in the Netherton area on a proposal to construct 70 new homes and apartments at Buckley Hill Lane, Netherton. Through its housing development company Sandway Homes Limited, the council is proposing the development to the east of Buckley Hill Lane on the former Z Blocks land brownfield site. Letters have been sent to local residents to let them … Continue reading Feedback sought on new homes proposals for Netherton’s Buckley Hill Lane