Cabinet Wirral Council 15/3/2012 Parts 1 to 7 (15th March 2012)

The Cabinet meeting of Wirral Council of the 15th March 2012 in Committee Room 1, Wallasey Town Hall, Brighton Street, Seacombe, Wirral in audio form (7 parts). Also links to agenda, reports, supplementary agenda and meeting information.

Cathcart Street Primary School – Start of Autumn Term delayed – Apology from Wirral Council

In an update to an earlier story about Cathcart Street Primary School it is now planned to open on Monday 12th September instead of Wednesday 7th September. David Armstrong, Interim Director of Children’s Services, explained: “Cathcart Street Primary School is undergoing £1.8m worth of major refurbishment works, which will create a better learning environment for…… Continue reading Cathcart Street Primary School – Start of Autumn Term delayed – Apology from Wirral Council

Looking back over the last 12 months

Looking back over the last half-year or so since this blog started, what were the stories and pages on this blog that have captured the public’s attention and brought them to this blog? There was the story about the 2011 Census, which many people had questions about ranging from why was there no question 17…… Continue reading Looking back over the last 12 months

Labour Rose: Election Special

Whilst out today with my wife, I spotted Cllr Harry Smith on Worcester Road and sure enough when I returned home there was a Labour leaflet delivered. It seems both the Lib Dems and Labour agree that the nearly £2 million spent on Cathcart Street Primary School is a good idea. The very spot Cllr…… Continue reading Labour Rose: Election Special

May Elections

I’ve just read the latest press release from Cllr Holbrook about the May elections. As he points out, Liberal Democrats work hard for residents all year round. Unlike Labour who announced budget cuts to libraries, then defended the plan to the public, then spent thousands on a barrister at a public enquiry, the Lib Dem/Tory…… Continue reading May Elections