Updated: Jan 31
In case you missed it, ITV local aired a segment on Thursday 21st July which listened to what the public want to have happen to Hoylake Beach. WATCH HERE
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR SAY:
The Public Consultation is taking place now. If you are reading this, please, take a moment to click on the link HERE and complete the form. It doesn’t take long.
Paper Copies from Hoylake & West Kirby Libraries
West Kirby Library Open 6 days a week 9am to 5pm (closes 1-2pm for lunch)
Hoylake Library Monday, 9am - 5pm (closes 1-2pm for lunch)
Saturday, 9am - 1pm (every other Saturday)
The Potting Shed on Market Street has consultation questionnaires available for you to collect & complete. They have also kindly offered to receive completed forms and return to the council. Please return in a sealed envelope.
:: Hoylake Beach Community, is a voluntary group who have been asking WBC for a compromise that will suit all. Our hope is for a section* of the beach to be restored to sand so that residents from across Wirral and beyond can utilise it for recreation and health and well-being purposes.
We are asking for a common sense approach for ALL; wildlife, nature & people. The half mile stretch* of amenity beach we would like equates to less than 1% compared to the Wirral shoreline conservation area. There really has to be a balance of human and environmental needs.
Hoylake Beach Community are not affiliated with any other group. HBC only use two forms of online communication. This website and a Facebook group which anyone is welcome to request to join. Search Hoylake Beach Community. HBC do not use any other social media.
*We are not asking for the whole beach, our compromise is just for the section from Kings Gap to the RNLI station, with the rest being left to the grasses. We do not support chemicals, only raking.
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Thank you! Remember, genuine supporters of a compromise for Hoylake Beach to be restored to sand should join our Facebook group. Search: Hoylake Beach Community.