People who refused to pay £80 fines for dropping litter in Liverpool have been found guilty in court and face being hit in the pocket with a bill almost FOUR times the cost of the fixed penalty notice.
A Europe-wide search has been launched to find an operator to manage Liverpool’s Croxteth Hall and Country Park.
The first wave of Liverpool’s first fully owned fleet of refuse vehicles has arrived to boost the city’s bid to meet new refuse and recycling targets.
Liverpool City Council joined forces with Merseyside Play Action Council (MPAC) and Liverpool Community and Voluntary Sector (LCVS) to organise an International Play Day event, last weekend.
Planning approval will be sought tomorrow (Tuesday, 25 July) to relocate a popular Liverpool family attraction to a new base inside Calderstones Park.
Stanley Park’s 2nd Summer Fete proved a great success last weekend with hundreds of families enjoying the sunshine in the Grade II* Listed Park.
Lancashire Wildlife Trust have launched a new Forest School at Everton Park Nature Garden.
A wildflower meadow on derelict land, the allotments where Bread characters Lilo Lill and Freddie Boswell held their trysts and a community garden created and maintained by refugees are among the locations in Liverpool taking part in the National Gardens Scheme Open Day this month.
A van suspected of being used in flytipping in Liverpool has been seized in a joint operation with Merseyside Police led by Liverpool City Council.
An environmental crime hotline and a crackdown on late night takeaways that don’t clear litter from outside their premises are among new measures set to be introduced to tackle blight in Liverpool.