Time for a sit down. Theses seats were put in in the past few weeks, by volunteers, on the Meadow Site behind Sefton Drive on the Cheshire Lines Path in Maghull.
Call for assistance from volunteer group:-
On Sunday the 14th May 2017 Staff and volunteers of Sustrans and the Trans Pennine Trail will be attending the Meadow site in Maghull.
There are various activities taking place through the day and you are invited to come along to the project site. We have been awarded funding to transform this area of land from a misused, overgrown stretch of path into an area that will be of benefit to the community, path users and also the wildlife of the area. Over the past year, we have cleared a large majority of the brambles and overgrowth, installed benches, begun to install bird and bug houses and scattered wildflower seeds. In preparation for the 14th May, we have ordered 500 wildflower plants ready to be planted on the site. This is your opportunity to come along, visit and discuss the project… take away some information… and if you can, lend a hand! Please also take this opportunity to walk or cycle along the this area of the Cheshire Lines (NCN 62/Trans Pennine Trail)… It’s a beautiful and amazing resource that we have in our area!
Feel free to pop along at any point through the day
Timing for the day:
10am onwards – Scything, raking and clearing the ground in preparation for planting will continue throughout the day. Bring a rake along and help us clear the ground of the spring overgrowth
1-3pm – Wildflower planting, publicity stand and kids activities.
Sefton Meadows Garden Centre and Cafe are in close proximity to the site area.
If you are attending to participate in any of the raking, clearing and planting, please wear suitable clothing, sturdy footwear and gardening gloves.
Cheshire Lines/TPT – back of Sefton Drive, Maghull L31 8AQ
Any support that can be offered is always greatly appreciated, but if you do have any questions or require any further information… please do not hesitate to email me…
Thanks for your time and hope to see you soon
W: Merseyside North Volunteers merseysidenorth.uk