Do you really know all that our local library offers? Here you can choose up to sixteen books at a time (children can take out eight) from over 12,300 books of fact and fiction for all ages, including some of the latest literature, sometimes only published weeks before.
If not available, the novel or biography you simply must read can be ordered, for a small charge, from elsewhere in Wirral or further afield. If you are fortunate you might even be the first borrower of one bought at your request. Sometimes the library may not stock work by a favourite writer (even our competent staff do not know everything !) – then on a special form suggest it does so and explain why it should!
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.
Hoylake Community Centre has been managed by volunteers for the local community since 1991. The accommodation is hired out to teachers and function organisers. The Centre does not run any classes itself. The teachers and organisers set their own course rates or admission charges.
Park Lane Liveries is an established first-class Riding Centre, situated on Meols Beach, near Hoylake. It provides hacking on bridle ways, beach and grassland. It has a good selection of horses and ponies to suit all ages and levels of ability from beginners through to experienced.
This group organises activities throughout the year, e.g. talks, crafts, coffee mornings and quizzes. Membership is £3 per person and £5 per couple for a year from April until March.
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