SEPTEMBER TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
The September meeting of the Town Council will take place on
Thursday 21st September 2017 at 7pm in the
Arncliffe Sports and Community Centre, Arncliffe Road.
To access the agenda click on the following link Agenda 21.09.17
AWARD FOR MEMORY LANE
On 15th September, at a glittering star studded awards ceremony, Halewood based MEMORY LANE, were delighted to be announced as runner up in the Community Award category at The Echo Awards (the Pride of Merseyside).
The Mayor of Halewood Cllr Tina Harris and her consort Cllr Edna Finneran attended the awards and were delighted to support Pat Mairs and her volunteer colleagues on a night when they, and many others, were rightfully recognised for their outstanding, selfless contribution to the people of Merseyside.
5 STAR AWARD FOR HOLLIES HALL
The Town Council were absolutely delighted to be judged as ‘VERY GOOD’ when Hollies Hall was recently inspected by the Environmental Health and Consumer Protection team from Knowsley MBC.
The inspection which was carried out on 5th September, assessed the Town Council’s compliance on food hygiene and safety, structural matters and management control procedures.
At the end of the inspection we were thrilled to be awarded ‘top marks’ 5 STARS under the National Food Hygiene Rating Scheme.
MERSEY GATEWAY BRIDGE OPENING SOON
The new Mersey Gateway Bridge is due to open in the Autumn of this year.
MERSEYFLOW have established a website which contains a great deal of information on the bridge and is the only place to register for an account to get the best deals on toll costs for Halton’s stunning new Mersey Gateway Bridge and the Silver Jubilee Bridge aka The Runcorn Bridge.
FUTURE OF KNOWSLEY PARKS AND GREEN SPACES
Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council are asking for residents’ views on the future of Knowsley’s parks and green spaces.
During September 2017, the independent Knowsley Parks and Green Spaces Review Board is seeking views on a series of recommendations regarding the future and management, funding and governance of the Borough’s green spaces. The Board’s recommendations recognise the need to reduce the £1.3million which the Council has to spend each year simply to maintain Knowsley’s parks.
The consultation exercise is aimed at identifying new ways to manage and run parks in Knowsley so that they can be protected for the future. To find out more and share your views, visit the Board’s website.
FREE ROAD SAFETY EVENT
A FABULOUS DAY
‘A FABULOUS DAY’
….not our words but those of a resident who, together with his family, attended the inaugural Halewood Town Council Fun Day was held on 5th August.
During a day of bright sunshine, an estimated 3,500 to 4,000 people came along to Hilton Grace Recreation Ground to enjoy a variety of entertainment and (mostly) free activities and to ‘have a go’ on the fair.
Here’s just some of the pictures taken on the day….
‘GOOD’ FOOD SAFETY AND HYGIENE RATING
The Town Council were delighted to be judged as ‘GOOD’ when the Arncliffe Sports and Community Centre was recently inspected by the Environmental Health and Consumer Protection team from Knowsley MBC.
The unannounced inspection which was carried out on 9th August, assessed the Town Council’s compliance on food hygiene and safety, structural matters and management control procedures and at the end of the inspection we were rated ‘4’ under the National Food Hygiene Rating scheme.
SPECIAL TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
There will be a Special Meeting of the Town Council held on
Thursday 3rd August 2017
at the Arncliffe Sports and Community Centre
starting at 7pm.
To access the agenda please click on the following link