The National Trust are inviting the public to ‘Get Involved In The Future Of Formby’. Below is a message from them, together with a link to their project page.
We know that National Trust Formby is a much-loved nature haven. It’s a habitat for rare wildlife, as well as a place that many people love to visit.
It’s also a unique and constantly-changing coastline. We’re committed to working with nature to restore and protect this special place – and that means putting new plans together as we look to the future.
We have a new proposal for Victoria Road at Formby that includes removing the unsightly rubble from the beach and making some important changes to car parking. We have published these proposals on our website, including a map of the proposed changes that you can download. We want to listen to and involve National Trust members, visitors and local people in our conversations about this conservation work, so we would really welcome your feedback on this proposal. Head to our website to find out more detail, read more about our public consultation events at Formby in recent years, and share your thoughts.
John Dempsey from Green Sefton has agreed to address us via Zoom about the Sefton Coast
Please put this date in your calendar, look out for an email from SoFA with more details about this interesting talk and a link to join the Zoom meeting.
Our speaker John Dempsey is an engagements officer for Green Sefton who will be giving a Zoom presentation to our members entitled ‘Sefton the Natural and Cultural History of the Sefton Coast’.
The Borough of Sefton has a fantastic coastline, wonderful natural resources, beautiful parks and green spaces.
Green Sefton brings together the teams from Coast & Countryside, Parks & Greenspaces, Flooding & Coastal Erosion Risk Management and development for both conservation and recreation use of Sefton’s beautiful coastline, parks and green spaces.
We will send members a reminder email a couple of days prior to the event date.
We hope you can join us.
Not a Member? Please contact us via the Contact Form to request and application form