All posts tagged "Parks"

  • Knowsley Abandons Brown’s Field Sell-off

    Knowsley Council has abandoned plans to sell off 10 percent of the borough’s parks and green spaces, including Brown’s Field in Prescot. Campaigners have railed against the plan, which would have used £40 million from the sales...

    • Posted June 12, 2018
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  • Knowsley Council Leader Replaced after Labour Election Losses

    Knowsley Labour have voted to replace Cllr Andy Moorhead (pictured) as their local party leader, following a drop in the local Labour vote in last Thursday’s elections. Cllr Graham Morgan was elected to take his place, meaning...

    • Posted May 9, 2018
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  • Protesters Plan March to Save Prescot Park

    Campaigners against Knowsley’s decision to sell off Brown’s Field in Prescot are marching in protest this weekend. The ‘Family March’ takes place on Sunday 22 April, leaving Brown’s Field at 9.30am and arriving an estimated 40 minutes...

    • Posted April 16, 2018
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  • Knowsley Council to Sell off Prescot Parkland to Fund Other Parks

    Knowsley Council voted last night (Tuesday 28 November) to sell off several parks across the borough. The list of land to be sold includes the King George V Playing Fields, known locally as Brown’s Field, in Prescot....

    • Posted November 29, 2017
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  • Knowsley’s Parks & Green Spaces under Threat

    Knowsley Council are asking the public for their thoughts on proposals for the future of the borough’s parks and green spaces. Earlier this year the council set up a review board charged with finding a way to...

    • Posted September 21, 2017
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  • £1m Master Plan for Brown’s Field

    Prescot Town Council have revealed a £1-million master plan to redevelop the King George V Playing Fields, the green space on Wood Lane, known locally as Brown’s Field. The proposed transformation will include on-site parking, changing facilities,...

    • Posted September 24, 2013
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  • Prescot Park Flies the Green Flag

    Eaton Street Park, Prescot, has received the prestigious Green Flag in recognition of its excellently maintained public space. It now boasts a restored Memorial Garden, a brand new children’s play area, and a wildflower meadow on the...

    • Posted August 1, 2013
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  • Help Piece Together Eaton Street Park Mosaic

    The Friends of Eaton Street Park are inviting the people of Prescot to help make a colourful mosaic for the park this weekend. The finished piece will be mounted on the wall alongside existing mosaics at Eaton...

    • Posted June 5, 2013
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  • Good Neighbour Day at Henley Park, Whiston, Sat 18 May

    The Friends of Henley Park invite you to a packed afternoon of fun for all ages on Saturday 18 May. Family activities on Good Neighbour Day include a climbing wall, a children’s storyteller, and a raffle. Ice...

    • Posted May 7, 2013
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  • New Investment in Eaton Street ‘Reccy’ & Browns Field

    Prescot Online has received a few queries recently about the old recreation ground on Eaton Street, known as the ‘reccy’. The disappearance of the toddlers’ play area in the park was of special concern. But there’s good...

    • Posted April 9, 2013
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