Hoylake Allotment Association has one of only two self-managed sites on Wirral. Rented from Wirral Council, the site is managed by a committee of twelve who carry out site maintenance, man the shop, and collect rents. Their annual AGM usually takes place in January. They also organise a site allotment competition and a prize giving and social evening (pictured).
Friends of Meols Park community group was formed in October 2007 in response to the decline of Meols Park and the removal of the children's play equipment, which had fallen into disrepair. Over the following months the group held many fundraising events and applied, successfully, for funding to the extent that in July 2009 the new Park Play Area was opened to much acclaim.
The aim of the Friends of Grove Park is to improve the play equipment, the grassed areas and everyday care of the park.
The Friends of Hilbre was formed in 2001 and its membership is approximately 150. Its intention is to help the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral maintain the beautiful islands of Little Eye, Middle Eye, and Hilbre and the surrounding foreshores.
Hoylake beach has SSSI (site of special scientific interest) status and is one of Britain's finest birdwatching venues. Join the rangers, Dee Estuary Voluntary Wardens and the RSPB to see the large numbers of wading birds at High Tide at the end of the King's Gap/North Parade.
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