Ainsdale Beach parking charges to be re-introduced

From today (7 August), Sefton Council’s Green Sefton team will be reintroducing charging for parking on Ainsdale Beach. The all-day charge for parking on Ainsdale beach is £8 and payments will be by cash only. Green Sefton Manager Mark Shaw said:  “Owing to a combination of the huge additional costs of supporting local people and organisations through coronavirus and a loss of most sources of income … Continue reading Ainsdale Beach parking charges to be re-introduced

South Sefton patients positive about GPs

Results from the latest national GP Patient Survey published by NHS England last week show that patients in south Sefton overall are positive about the care they receive from their GP practice. This survey provides insight into patients’ experiences of general practice in the period prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. Headline findings in the area are all above the national average: 87% of patients said … Continue reading South Sefton patients positive about GPs

Sefton health leaders advise on use of face coverings

As face coverings become mandatory on public transport and in hospitals, Sefton health professionals have come together to remind local people of the best ways to reduce the risk of spreading or catching coronavirus (COVID-19). With more shops opening and as more people will be out and about, the government guidance is to wear a face covering in enclosed public spaces to reduce the spread … Continue reading Sefton health leaders advise on use of face coverings