REVEALED: The date of the Cabinet meeting to discuss the Lyndale School closure consultation

REVEALED: The date of the Cabinet meeting to discuss the Lyndale School closure consultation

REVEALED: The date of the Cabinet meeting to discuss the Lyndale School closure consultation

                            

Councillor Phil Davies at Wirral Council's Cabinet meeting of the 19th June 2014 making announcements (including one on Lyndale School)
Councillor Phil Davies (on the right) at Wirral Council’s Cabinet meeting of the 19th June 2014 making announcements (including one on Lyndale School)

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The announcement on the date of the Cabinet meeting to discuss the outcome of the consultation on closure of Lyndale School appears at 0:16 in the video above. Apologies for the poor sound quality.

Councillor Phil Davies (Leader of the Council and Chair of Cabinet) had this to say at the Cabinet meeting about the Lyndale School closure consultation (which had originally been on the agenda for a Cabinet meeting in July).

He said, “I’d like to suggest a special Cabinet meeting on the 4th September and that will be to consider the outcome of the consultation on Lyndale School. So if we could just make sure that’s in everybody’s diaries and give the relevant notice to the public et cetera, I’d be grateful. So, a special Cabinet meeting 4th September.”

The consultation on closure of Lyndale School closes on the 25th June. There are more details about how to respond to the consultation on Wirral Council’s website.

A report on the first hour of the last of the consultation meetings held on Monday 16th June is on this blog at found at Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: Julia Hassall explains why Wirral Council are consulting on closure (Part 1), Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: David Armstrong explains why there’s a consultation and questions begin (Part 2), Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: questions about banding, outdoor space and Stanley School (Part 3), Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: questions about Stanley, Elleray, Foxfield & the educational psychologist (Part 4) and Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: questions about the sensory garden, resources, Elleray Park and Stanley (Part 5).

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4 thoughts on “REVEALED: The date of the Cabinet meeting to discuss the Lyndale School closure consultation”

  1. G’day John

    I can’t actually hear what The Dill had to say but I hope this meeting wasn’t affected by those other losers in Brazil in football shirts.

    Have a great weekend and keep up the great work.

    Ooroo

    James

    1. Oh the football got a mention and you’ll probably be interested that Kevin Adderley gave a presentation later during the meeting on the theme of Wirral. Ready. Now.

      Yes I agree about the sound quality. I can only assume that where I was sitting there must have been a lot of mobile phones interfering with the recording equipment.

  2. G’day John

    You made my day.

    Did he have his football shirt on.

    Yep, they are about as ready as the England team.

    Ooroo

    James

    1. In answer to your question no.

      The gist of the presentation was Wirral schmoozing people from the car and wind (off shore wind before I get sniggers about wind at Cabinet meetings) sectors, The movers and shakers that Wirral Council are trying to impress have been invited to the Open Golf so Wirral Council can say “give us some jobs” or well more charming words to the same effect like “have you considered inward investment on the Wirral, we’re not very far from London and very cheap?”

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