Just a quick few items of news for 18th May.
Hoylake Cottage Hospital (pictured) is featured today in the Liverpool news section over at the BBC site – do look at the photo slideshow.
The barbers, Cut Above, near Manor Road has closed. There was a notice in the window with a message of thanks to old customers.
A new sandwich shop, Pickled Peppers, has opened by the Post Office in Market Street in the shop that was previously The Business florists.
There are rumours about a possible sale of the old lifeboat station. A contact who works in the commercial property market informs me that the building is currently under offer.
There’s a new website for the forthcoming boutique spa hotel on Meols Drive.
Sean Murphy has pointed out a local orienteering event for juniors and seniors is to take place soon, nearby at Thurstaston on May 26th. For full details visit Deeside Orienteering Club.
A reader is hoping to find information and photos about the old building on Meols Drive called The Priory. Can you help? Like me, you might recall it as the old job centre.
Would anyone happen to know if in Meols there used to be a row of houses in Greenwood Road, opposite St Andrews Church, in what is now Meols Park of course?