We are holding a grand opening of our sensory garden at the Meols end of the Parade Gardens (mosaic pictured) by the Mayor of Wirral, Councillor Gerry Ellis on April 13th at 11.30am. All are welcome!
We are very happy with the support of other groups and individuals during the ongoing development of this project. Special thanks go to Mr John Kempster, who dug in all the rope posts on an awful, cold day and to Mr Richard Cornah and the Hoylake Lifeboat for splicing (hope that is the right term) the ropes.
A big thank you to Hoylake Village Life for donating £250.00 to the wild flower project. Along with grants and the money raised at our fund raiser we have £6000.00 towards sensory play equipment. It is truly amazing what can be done when we all work together!
Our AGM is on April 27th at 10am at Melrose Hall. Some of our trustees are retiring this year so we are looking for nominations for chairman, treasurer, secretary and general trustees. We are very lucky to have an amazing person, Rachael Ormrod, to give a talk on her trip ” trekking in Nepal”. Her photos and stories of this trip are truly wonderful. NOT TO BE MISSED!
You can read more about Friends of Hoylake & Meols In Bloom on their website.