Maghull – Volunteer work on the ‘Meadow’ behind Sefton Drive

I have posted a few times recently about the work of the Merseyside North Volunteers who have been trying to tidy up/clean up the the start of the Cheshire Lines Path in Maghull behind Sefton Drive.

I went to have a look at their work a few days ago and here are a couple of photos which show how much bramble, rubbish and overgrowth has been cleared away and of course the seats that they have erected too. It’s looking good.

Looking north towards Lydiate Station site with Sefton Drive to the right. Much bramble clearance is evident.

Time for a sit down. Theses seats were only put in in the past few days but I made use of them talking to a fellow cyclist who was off to Southport along the Cheshire Lines Path.

The Merseyside North Volunteers work with the environmental charity Sustrans who created the Cheshire Lines Path.

2 thoughts on “Maghull – Volunteer work on the ‘Meadow’ behind Sefton Drive

  1. Les says:

    Great Job!

  2. Irene Donnellan says:

    Wow l didn’t know this place existed! What a wonderful job these volunteers have done. What a difference! Now the community must make sure this lovely spot stays like this. Well done to you all and Thank you

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