Date(s) - 21/02/2013
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
St Luke's Church Hoylake
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Wildlife and environmental experts are expecting a wave of interest from residents in Hoylake when they come together for a conversation about the future of the North Wirral Coastline at Hoylake.
Two specialists have been invited to talk to local people about the past, present and future potential of the coastline, at St. Lukes Church next Thursday (21 February).
Hoylake Vision, the community planning forum, is staging the event with experts Dr Hilary Ash of Wirral Wildlife and Stewart Lowther, a chartered environmentalist. They will both present their own understanding of the changes in the North Wirral coastline from both a legislative and ecological perspective before answering questions.
“In pulling together a neighbourhood plan for Hoylake we are involved in a consultation process and many people have asked for more information about beach management, the issues faced by the council and how decisions made now will impact on the beach for generations to come,” said Peter Edwards, chair of the forum management committee.
He added: “We are lucky to have speakers who can offer expert opinion in their area and they will be available to answer questions both to the forum and on a one-to-one basis during the course of the evening.
“The idea of the meeting is to help inform, encourage conversation and provoke thought. We would urge residents to come along and find out more about their local coastline.”
The meeting is being staged at 7.00pm at St Lukes Church, in Market Street, Hoylake, on Thursday, 21 February.
For more information call 0151 632 0218