A community ‘action day’ involving local councillors, community groups, residents and local Knowsley companies aimed at tidying up local spaces will be held in Swanside on Friday 30 November.
Following on from the success of two previous action days, Swanside Councillors Cllr Graham Morgan, Cllr Colin Dever and Cllr Christine Bannon are appealing to residents and local businesses to volunteer their time to undertake activities such as tree planting, pruning, litter picking and painting at the Age UK Mid Mersey Roby Hub, Roby Playing Field and the public footpath connecting Church road and Weston Avenue.
Cllr Graham Morgan, leader of the council said
“The Swanside councillors are delighted to be coordinating another action day. It’s not only a great opportunity to have a positive impact on the local environment but also a chance to get out and meet other members of the community.”
If you’d like to get involved, the group will meet at St Bartholomew’s Church at 9am on 30th November and expect to finish at 3.30pm and are encouraging anyone who can spare any time at all on that day to come down and take part in the community clean-up.