FUN DAY SUCCESS
Halewood Town Council’s Fun Day held last Saturday was an overwhelming success. Some families travelled the length of and outside the Borough to attend the event opened officially by the Mayor of Halewood, Cllr Norman Hogg. Against an approved budget of £5,000, discounting the cost of equipment which can be used on other occasions, the day cost a little over £2,900 which, based on an estimated attendance of over 5,000 represents excellent value for money.
My thanks to the staff, volunteers and Town Councillors who helped the day run so smoothly but most of all to our wonderful community for their continued support of the Town Council. Here’s just some of the photos taken throughout the day….
HALEWOOD FUNDAY 2018
STATEMENT OF PERSONS NOMINATED
CALL FOR AN ELECTION
Halewood Town Council has been informed that an election has been called for the seat vacated by the recent loss of our friend and colleague Councillor Tina Harris.
Whilst it was made clear at the meeting held on 18th July, that the Town Council had no desire to fill the seat before the elections due to be held next May as a mark of respect for our late colleague, the Liverpool Liberal Democrats have proceeded to call an election for the seat, which will now take place on 23rd August.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
An election is to be held of a Town Councillor for the Halewood South Ward of Halewood Town Council.
Details are included in the following notice:
JULY TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
The next meeting of the Town Council will take place on
Wednesday 18th July 2018,
New Hutte Neighbourhood Centre
Halewood L26 1TT
starting at 7pm.
To access the agenda please click on the following link:
VACANCY FOR TOWN COUNCILLOR
Following the sad death of Cllr Tina Harris, there is vacancy for a town Councillor for the South Ward of Halewood Town Council.
CONFIRMATION OF THE PERIOD FOR THE EXERCISE OF ELECTORS RIGHTS
The period for the exercise of electors rights will commence on 2nd July and end on 10th August 2018. Please click on the following link for more details.
CLLR TINA HARRIS
It is with deep regret we announce the death of Cllr Tina Harris after a short battle with cancer.
Tina was passionate about Halewood and over very many years both as a Town and Knowsley Borough Councillor, campaigned and fought for what was right.
Only last year Tina was Chairperson of the Town Council and Mayor of Halewood which she described as being an honour and privilege.
Tina’s wise counsel and friendship will be sadly missed by Members, staff and volunteers of the Town Council who all send their sincere condolences to all of Tina’s family.
May she rest in peace.