Further fall in Wirral care home Covid-19 outbreaks

The latest figures from Public Health England, showing a further fall in Covid-19 outbreaks in Wirral care homes, have been welcomed by a local Councillor.

Since 6 April, when 18 of the borough’s 127 reported an outbreak, just one care home has reported an outbreak in the latest week. 

Wirral shares in new school cash bonanza

Schools in Wirral have been included in the new, national plan to improve school facilities.

Wirral has been allocated its share of the £434 million investment to expand classrooms, upgrade facilities and improve the education of children across the whole country.

Boris Johnson unveils a New Deal for Britain

The Prime Minister this morning set out our ‘New Deal’, an ambitious economic strategy to rebuild Britain across the UK, putting jobs, skills and infrastructure investment at the heart of our economic recovery post-coronavirus, and delivering on our manifesto pledges to level up the entire countr

Funding boost to keep Heswall blooming

A cash boost for the hardworking volunteers at the Heswall Society and Heswall in Bloom has been given the thumbs up by residents and businesses in the town.


Heswall councillors have arranged £2000 in funding to assist Heswall in Bloom in their works around Heswall and Gayton.


Following numerous complaints from local residents, who have contacted Councillor Kathy Hodson with regards to cyclists abusing the Wirral Way - cycling too fast and dangerously -  and also cycling along the pavements in Davenport Road Heswall, Kathy has arranged with Council officers to place si