Since Monday 12th April 2021, we entered the next phase in the gradual relaxation of lockdown restrictions.
Some restrictions to limit the risk of infection from Covid-19 have therefore been lifted as part of step 2 of the government’s roadmap.
Once again this has some impact on the services provided by Green Sefton and how that affects our visitors, volunteers and staff to many of our outdoor spaces. Full details can be found here.
The Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership are also working together to cautiously welcome people back to the Sefton coast, but is urging people to be considerate of others and to plan ahead before visiting beaches and coastal areas to avoid overcrowding and to minimise the impact on coastal communities.
Green Sefton is our service responsible for helping to keep Sefton a clean, green and beautiful borough, working with partners and volunteers to manage Sefton's coast, countryside, parks and greenspaces.
With lots of opportunities for volunteers to get involved, Green Sefton carry out vital land management, maintenance, as well as tackling coastal erosion, flooding and risk management.
Annual Reporting from Green Sefton
Service Manger Mark Shaw narrates a presentation on the work undertaken by Green Sefton throughout 2020.
Sefton 2030 Vision
Sefton Council's Green Sefton Service has an aspiration to generate its own additional funds to increase the quality of service it offers to Sefton communities, as well as looking to reduce the reliance on Council revenue by 2030 and to overall support the Sefton 2030 Vision.
This narrated presentation provides an update on progress with existing and future projects.