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Posted by: John Brace | 8th March 2016

Petition against closure of Girtrell Court reaches over 5,000 signatures!

Petition against closure of Girtrell Court reaches over 5,000 signatures!

                                                 

A petition against the closure of Girtrell Court started by Bernard Halley (pictured below), who is a carer for his son who attends Girtrell Court has attracted over 5,000 signatures.

Bernard Halley (left) talking about Girtrell Court at the Wirral West Constituency Committee 11th February 2016 L to R (foreground) Bernard Halley, David L to R (background) Graham Hodkinson, Cllr Matthew Patrick

Bernard Halley (left) talking about Girtrell Court at the Wirral West Constituency Committee 11th February 2016 L to R (foreground) Bernard Halley, David L to R (background) Graham Hodkinson, Cllr Matthew Patrick

Next Monday evening, starting at 6.00pm in the Council Chamber at Wallasey Town Hall there is a public meeting of all Wirral Council councillors.

One of the items to be debated at that meeting is a notice of motion on Girtrell Court (the text of the notice of motion is below). The notice of motion calls for any decision on closure of Girtrell Court to be made in public, rather than behind closed doors by the Cabinet Member Cllr Chris Jones and the Director of Adult Social Services Graham Hodkinson.

3. GIRTRELL COURT (to be debated)

Proposed by Cllr Chris Blakeley
Seconded by Cllr Bruce Berry

Council notes that the Leader of the Council has previously stated that he wants his Administration to be open, transparent and fair with the people of Wirral. Council welcomes this approach.

Council therefore believes that the future of Girtrell Court must be decided in public and not under delegation to the portfolio holder, in conjunction with the Director of Adult Social Services.

Council further believes that the families of those using Girtrell Court, the staff, trade unions and residents and users must be given every opportunity to influence the future of Girtrell Court through a clear and transparent decision making process.

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Responses

  1. G’day John

    How can the deluded. idiot, of a purple headed buffoon say this with or without Fartin Lobsterpot’s help

    Council notes that the Leader of the Council has previously stated that he wants his Administration to be open, transparent and fair with the people of Wirral. Council welcomes this approach.

    No wonder they got shot of “Phil the Very Very Deluded Dill” from over Kev and Stella’s Stinking Stagnant Wirral Waters they didn’t have to run him out of town or get “Crapapples” to pick him up in his little bus with the square wheels they would have just laughed him out of Uncle Joe’s labor dictatorship.

    Ooroo

    James

  2. G’day John

    “Highbrow” as you well know is expecting an answer tomorrow on his list of Big Fund recipients FOI.

    As the leader says above

    Council notes that the Leader of the Council has previously stated that he wants his Administration to be open, transparent and fair with the people of Wirral. Council welcomes this approach.

    Lets see tomorrow John if this pack of dodgy buffoons cough up the list or waste more of the public purse with the extra work of “The Shyster’s” ill legal department and the cost of the Information Commissioner.

    I doubt very much if “The Shyster” will pull this list out of his back o(rri)fice pile of dirty filthy secrets.

    Ooroo

    James

    Keep up the great work John for the good people of Wirral more and more are seeing the light.

    Lets see if Ecca’s things have dropped yet and if he makes them comply.


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