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Rubbish Friends welcome National Litter Pick Day 2014

by suemcguire on September 9, 2014

“Rubbish Friends” are celebrating National Litter-pick Day on the 13th September 2014 by inviting as many community groups and volunteers as possible to take part in a litter-pick along the Trans Pennine Trail in Ainsdale, Southport. Our voluntary litter heros are organising the event with help from the Love My Beach Team & Trans Pennine […]

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Regular visitors to this website will have noticed a distinct lack of postings over summer for which I apologise.   The seasons and months mean different things to different people and I’m sure each of us have our favourites.  Summer to me is children and picnics whilst my favourite season must be Autumn with its […]

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Councillor McGuire and I are hoping that Sefton Council will not duck the issue of repairing pot holes in the town after being given extra funding. The state of several roads has led to complaints from motorists and cyclists and now residents of Argyle Road have raised the issue with us. We have responded by […]

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Cllr. McGuire and I were dismayed to hear of the extent of criminal scamming activity aimed at elderly and vulnerable members of our community. We intend to raise awareness generally and hope the following information will be useful for you or your relatives. Criminals worldwide are hunting down the most fragile members of our society […]

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Ban the bag and cut down on litter

by suemcguire on June 9, 2014

Southport councillors Sue McGuire and Pat Keith are backing the proposed five pence charge on all single-use plastic bags  in England as outlined in the Queens speech. The charge which was proposed at the Liberal Democrat conference in 2013, is set to be introduced in October 2015. There is already a similar charge on bags […]

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Southport Dementia Friendly. MP John Pugh joined representatives from public health, the Alzheimer’s Society, Person Shaped Support and Lib Dem councillors Pat Keith and Sue McGuire at the Atkinson yesterday when information and advice about the condition and its care will be available to members of the public and dementia carers. “We’re delighted to provide […]

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Park Road Improvements Finally Made

by suemcguire on June 1, 2014

After an 8 year campaign led by Councillor Sue McGuire, work has finally been completed to make the junction at Park Road and Roe Lane safer for pedestrians and cyclists. As Councillor Sue McGuire explains “Working with residents I first asked the Council to take action here in 2006 so am delighted that they have finally recognised how dangerous and […]

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Labour’s local Police Commissioner, Jane Kennedy, has come under attack from the cross-party Merseyside Police Panel which oversees her, for her recent controversial decision to appoint a Labour Liverpool councillor as her Deputy – a part-time position for which the annual full time equivalent rate of pay is £53,000 per year. Meeting just over a […]

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Sue McGuire was re-elected as the Councillor for Cambridge Ward following the local elections last week. Cambridge Ward results are: Cambridge – results Election Candidate Party Votes %  Sue McGuire Liberal Democrats 1477 40% Elected  Gordon Ferguson United Kingdom Independence Party 940 26% Not elected  Luke Thompson Conservative Party 762 21% Not elected  Muriel Langley […]

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One of Southport’s great success stories, Rubbish Friends, rolled  out on Saturday 17th May for an ‘under the pier show’ to ensure a sparkling summer welcome for the resort’s visitors.  “The response from Southport people since we launched Rubbish Friends has been hugely encouraging and it shows a true community spirit in the town.” said Cambridge ward Councillor Sue […]

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