Help Sefton Stay Clean and Green!

The green fingered and community conscious are invited to take part in litter picks and gardening at Killen Green Park in Netherton, March 2, 10am and The Pinfold woodland in Crosby, March 9, 10am.

The litter pick at Killen Green Park will be followed by refreshments and a talk about the park at the L30 Community Centre in Netherton.

Sefton parks and green spaces receive the Green Flag Award

Parks, cemeteries and green spaces in Sefton have received the prestigious Green Flag Award – the mark of a quality park or green space.The award recognises and rewards the best parks and green spaces across the country.

A Green Flag flying overhead is a sign to the public that the space meet the criteria to show excellence in parks management, has appropriate user facilities and that the community are involved and integral to the parks success

The full list of sites in Sefton includes: Botanic Gardens, Southport; Coronation Park, Crosby; Derby Park, Bootle; Hatton Hill Park, Litherland; Hesketh Park, Southport; Kings Gardens, Southport; Liverpool Road Cemetery, Southport; Lord Street Gardens, Southport; North Park, Bootle; Southport Crematorium and Thornton Garden of Rest.

There were also a number of Community Award winners in the borough, including: Bridge Inn Community Farm, Formby, North Park Community Garden, Bootle, St Luke’s Church Grounds, Crosby and Rotten Row, Southport.

Councillor Ian Moncur, Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing, said: “We are absolutely delighted to receive a Green Flag Award from Keep Britain Tidy.

“This Award recognises and highlights that people in Sefton are benefiting from a green space of the very highest quality.”