KICK-OFF 2PM AT HARROW DRIVE PARK AINTREE VILLAGE. A GAME IN MEMORY OF SAM COOK
Community Gardens and Orchard
Aintree Village Parish Council in partnership with local schools, the local Doctors’ surgery, and other stakeholders is looking to introduce Community Gardens and an Orchard in the Park on Harrow Drive.
These ideas are at the concept stage at the moment, and in order to take them forward the Parish Council is seeking volunteers who love pottering in the garden and watch things grow to help take these ideas to fruition.
The Parish Council has identified areas in the Park for the Orchard and Community Gardens, and is in the process of submitting a bid to the Big Lottery to enable it purchase the equipment and materials required.
If you live in Aintree Village and have free time that you don’t know what to do with or enjoy helping others to grow things then why not get involved. The Parish Council would appreciate all and any help that you can provide with this project.
If you are interested or you know of someone who may be interested please contact:-
Council Manager and Parish Clerk
Aintree Village Parish Council
Telephone – 07530 589454
Aintree Village Parish Councils are the third tier of local government. They may choose to call themselves a Parish or Town Council depending on the number of residents, but this does not alter their status or responsibilities. Aintree Parish Council, now known as Aintree Village Parish Council , was established in 1895 and consists of twelve voluntary Parish Councillors who are elected for a four year term of office to serve and administer needs of the residents of Aintree Village. It employs a part time Clerk to the Council and a part time Responsible Finance Officer to implement policy decisions. Funding is raised by a precept on each residential property in the Parish of Aintree Village.
Aintree Village Parish Council Young Person's Award being presented to
Grace Brady, who is 5 year by Mayor of Maghull, Councillor Carragher with the Chairman of Aintree Village Parish Council Mike Carter.
Aintree Village Parish Council Community Environment Award being presented to
Mike Scully by Bill Esterson MP, with the Chairman of Aintree Village Parish Council Mike Carter.
Aintree Village Parish Council Civic Award being presented to Glyn Owen by the Mayor of Sefton, Councillor Dave Robinson, and the Chairman of Aintree Village Parish Council, Councillor Mike Carter.