The Health and Wellbeing Trainers are a forward thinking and dynamic team that works in South Sefton’s Virtual Ward, to improve health outcomes for adults with long term conditions. The successful applicant must be passionate about tackling health inequalities, and have a person-centered approach which encourages these adults to set achievable reablement goals.
Active Sefton’s successful Park Nights are set to return this May half term!
The free evening events are designed to give youngsters across the south of borough the chance to enjoy a host of free and fun activities.
Hosted at various locations throughout South Sefton, the early evening events aims to divert young people away from anti-social behaviour by encouraging them to take part in fun filled activities
Throughout the week (Tuesday May 29 – Friday June 1) youngsters can take part in a raft of free activities including street golf, ultimate frisby, climbing walls and more!
Park Nights is organised by Active Sefton and funded by the Merseyside Police Community Cash Back Fund.
- Dodgeball and Games at Bowersdale Park (5-7pm) Tuesday May 29
- Street Golf and Football at Kirkstone Park (6-8pm) on Tuesday May 29
- Ultimate Frisbee and Games at Derby Park (5-7pm) on Wednesday May 30
- Climbing Wall at Netherton Activity Centre (6-8pm) on Wednesday May 30
- Street golf and Football at Crosby Coastal Park (5-7pm) on Thursday May 31
- Ultimate Frisbee and Dodgeball at Kirkstone Park (5-7pm) on Thursday May 31
- Street Golf and Football at North Park (5-7pm) on Friday June 1
For more information contact the Active Sefton Team on 0151 288 6286.
The Health and Wellbeing Trainers Team was first formed in 2013 as a pilot project and soon became established as a key part of the Sefton CVS’s Reablement Service. This brand new Social Impact Report details the work of the team across South Sefton.
The Fillies GFC are seeking views from partner organisations working in Sefton (in particular South Sefton) about a new community building and outdoor facilities they are hoping to develop that will respond to the needs of the local community.
Feedback will help to establish the support and potential demand for the building and facilities from partner organisations, and will build upon positive feedback already received from local residents.
For more information about the Fillies GFC, please click here
HUNDREDS of people paid their respect to fallen soldiers last weekend as Remembrance Day events were held across south Sefton.
Residents, ex-servicemen and politicians gathered on the morning of Sunday, November 13 at war memorials in Crosby, Waterloo, Litherland and Bootle to commemorate those who have died in conflict.
Events were held at Alexandra Park in Crosby; Sefton Road’s War Memorial in Litherland; the Five Lamps War Memorial in Waterloo; and King’s Garden in Bootle.
Some of those in attendance included leader of Sefton Council, Ian Maher, Bootle MP Peter Dowd and Sefton Central MP Bill Esterson.
Would you like to join us for an exploratory with the 5 Boroughs Partnership to begin to build a new model of delivery for Community Services in South Sefton?
The 5 Boroughs Partnership are really interested to understand what your organisation delivers in the South Sefton area and how you think we could all work together to provide a better community services offer for the people living in South Sefton.
We would like you to give some thought on how you might want to contribute to the design and delivery of community service in the locality.
This will form the basis for discussions at the event.
Date: Wednesday 20th July
Venue: Bootle Cricket Club
Networking Breakfast: 9.00am to 9.30am
Workshop Discussion: 9.30am to 12 noon
Please could you email (or reply to) email@example.com or call 0151 920 0726 to indicate your attendance.