12 months in 12 blog postings – click on each link to read the posting
January – Loss of my dear friend ‘Uncle Albert’:-
February – Not being the Tory Party:-
March – Developing land north of Maghull’s Turnbridge Road
April – Maghull’s parks, their maintenance and money
May – Buying the Strand Shopping Centre in secretive deal
June – Bugger Moderation!
July – Youth Coffee Bar gone, CAB gone – Labour’s regressive policies!
August – Those who take land out of Green Belt then protest about its development!
September – Rimrose Valley Country Park and the Sefton Council’s part in it’s demise
October – Police move into Maghull TH but at what a cost!
November – Ex Southport MP John Pugh wins Sefton Council seat by an electoral landslide
December – Maghull North Station progress
So another year comes to a close. Not a good one, indeed another poor one as the UK slips further into the Brexit mire or is that jumps over the Brexit cliff? Either way no good will come of it but a lot of bad most certainly will.
Personally I lost more good friends in 2017 which is always sad yet in looking back at my posting about ‘Uncle Albert’ I can only feel that whilst I lost him I gained so much from knowing him.
As for 2018 the omens are not good and they will remain poor so long as Jeremy Corbyn remains wedded to Teresa May’s Brexit.