The work has commenced to remove the spartina grass from the beach by the lifeboat station. The photo above shows the mud that has been dumped on the sand near the sea wall. Looks lovely doesn’t it! Additional photos below.
Did you see Granada Reports the other night? The knitted Christmas tree was an item in the show and Hoylake local and a regular contributor to Hoylake Junction, Jackie Hall was interviewed. Pupils at Great Meols Primary school made a lot of the pom poms.
If it snows over the next few days (would you like it to?) and you use twitter then keep an eye on the uk snow map. Simply tweet something like “#uksnow CH47 0/10” (the map tells you how to grade the snowfall out of 10) and you’ll appear on the map at some point. I tried it early in the week as a test and it worked fine. Oh, this is my Hoylake twitter account and this is the Hoylake Village Life account.
I didn’t get chance to visit the pop up art gallery today so if anyone has got any photos they’d like to send feel free to get in touch.
Look out for a new feature here on HoylakeJunction.com next week! Shopkeepers Stories will be a new series of articles featuring Hoylake shops and businesses and the stories behind them. I had hoped to publish the first article this week but I just haven’t had chance what with one thing and another.
There’s also a new page coming soon for HoylakeJunction over on facebook. I don’t really use facebook for personal use but I think it’d be a good idea to have a page for HoylakeJunction. I’ve had this little facebook page for my popular Moel Famau site for sometime. Anyways, more news next week!