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Councillors vote in favour of new food bin plan for Wirral

WIRRAL councillors have voted in favour of public consultation on plans for the weekly collection of food waste MORE

There is more information on the options being considered and details of how you can give your views HERE

FLASHBACK: Cllr Bernie Mooney tries out the new containers which residents will receive if the proposal to introduce household food recycling to the borough is accepted

Libraries: big friendly read for children

Sign up at Wallasey village library! 

Wirral pupils invited to take up Big Summer Reading Challenge

New Brighton set to welcome Mermaid Trail

New Brighton is set to welcome a Mermaid trail thanks to funding from DONG Energy

New Brighton is set to welcome a Mermaid trail thanks to funding from DONG Energy

Wirral: 5,300 domestic abuse incidents a year reported to police

MERSEYSIDE HAS THE SECOND HIGHEST RATE OF POLICE REPORTED DOMESTIC ABUSE INCIDENTS IN ENGLAND.

“There is a high price to pay for tolerating domestic abuse. It not only costs lives it can deeply damage the self-esteem and confidence of those affected, particularly children.”  Councillor Janette Williamson, council lead for public health. MORE

The Council’s Director of Public Health has just produced her annual report, explaining how the Council is working to achieve its policy of zero tolerance of domestic abuse, raising awareness and ensuring effective support is available to victims. MORE

Wirral Council works with Tomorrow’s Women Wirral 647 7907 and Involve Northwest 644 1100

THIS IS THE NEW FILM THE COUNCIL IS USING TO HELP RAISE AWARENESS OF THE ISSUE AND THE SUPPORT AVAILABLE

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse, you can contact Wirral’s Family Safety Unit on 0151 604 3567, Monday to Friday, 9am 5pm. Wirral also has a 24 hour helpline on 0151 643 9766. Visit the Tomorrow’s Women Wirral website or telephone: 647 7907.  Visit the Involve Northwest website or telephone: 644 1100.                                             In an emergency always dial 999.