Where are the free Wirral Council firework displays on the 5th November 2015?

Where are the free Wirral Council firework displays on the 5th November 2015?

Where are the free Wirral Council firework displays on the 5th November 2015?

                                           

Fireworks display photo Photo by Portobay Trade
Fireworks display photo Photo by Portobay Trade

Photo above is by Porto Bay Trade. Image was compressed from the original for use online and is used under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic licence.

Wirral Council will run firework displays starting at 6.30pm on the evening of the Thursday 5th November 2015.

The firework displays will be held at the following locations:

Birkenhead Park (Lower Park, Night Pasture football pitch) Park Dr, Birkenhead, Merseyside CH41 4HY
Central Park (cricket pitch) Off Liscard Road, Wallasey, CH44 8AA
Lingham Park Edgehill Road, Moreton, Birkenhead, Merseyside, CH46 6AN
Mayer Park Off Higher Bebington Road, Bebington, Wirral CH63 7PL
Mersey Park Tranmere, Birkenhead, Wirral CH42 6PA
Upton Park Upton, Wirral CH49 4NQ
Woodchurch Community Centre, Carr Bridge Rd, Wirral CH49 8EU .

In addition there will be a community display at Leasowe Adventure Playground, Oxley Ave, Wirral, Merseyside CH46 1RU.

At the time of the firework displays this evening the weather forecast is for a 20% (1 in 5) chance of rain, a temperature of 13 degrees centigrade (which will feel like 11 degrees centigrade due to the wind). The wind direction will be SSE at 10 mph with gusts of up to 19 mph.

The Merseytravel journey planner is useful for the times of public transport when travelling to and from fireworks displays.

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Cabinet 1st September 2011 Part 9 – Community Asset Transfer (Update), Community Asset Transfer – Various Properties

Bill Norman introduced the next report (Community Asset Transfer – Update) and Appendix A and Appendix B and said as a footnote that Heswall Hall had been completed today. Cllr Adrian Jones asked about the cost implications at 2.2. Bil Norman replied that if the transfers ran out of time they would have to use Community Fund money, however this would have to be agreed with Wirral Partnership Homes. He did see this as something reasonable and that could be achieved. However funding was only guaranteed until March.

Cllr Adrian Jones then referred to page 83, section 5.1 specifically the reference to the gap between £5.25 million and £4.8 million. Cllr Harry Smith declared a personal interest and asked what they thought the prospects were for Beechwood Recreation Centre. Bill Norman said he was awaiting a business case. Cllr Phil Davies said it would extend beyond 2012, improving the much-needed support to the community groups keen to take over. They would use financial help as proposed in 6.2 onwards. The remaining buildings would be transferred when ready and according to business plans. He was keen for as much support as possible for everybody who wants to be involved. The report’s recommendations were agreed.

The next item also introduced by Bill Norman was Community Asset Transfer – Various Properties, CAT – Various, CAT – New Ferry Village Hall, CAT – Westbourne, CAT – Kylemore Plan, CAT – Woodchurch Community Centre and CAT – Pensby Community Centre. Bill Norman said it detailed four properties in the list, with Pensby being the precursor. Cllr Phil Davies asked Cllr Adrian Jones if he had anything to add, he didn’t. Cllr Davies said they were content to agree the report.

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