Archive for March, 2013

  • Dee Estuary Voluntary Wardens

    The Dee Estuary is one of the North West's last surviving wildernesses. Every winter it is visited by thousands of…

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  • Hoylake Conservation Area

    The Committee aims to represent the interests of the local community with respect to planning, building development, conservation and enhancement…

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  • Fine doorway and balcony to Civic Building

    Less is Moore

    Chris Moore CBE, Secretary of the Hoylake Conservation Area, gives an insight into the value of our built heritage and…

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    Jo0lz on the beach

    Julian Priest is Secretary of the Wirral Sand Yacht Club: “Wind speeds of more than 25mph usually cause dry sand…

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  • Profile: Anna Malone

    Hoylake’s Anamal Dance Company offers a huge variety of classes in dance, drama, singing and gymnastics for students aged 3…

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    Blown upon by mighty winds…

    Special guest sports writer Art Spander offers up thoughts and reflections on Hoylake: “blown upon by mighty winds, breeder of…

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  • Promoting Hoylake

    We want to promote Hoylake locally, regionally and nationally. To this end we have developed ‘brand Hoylake’; the hugely popular…

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  • Engaging the Community

    Hoylake Village Life run community events and the increasingly popular Hoylake Community Cinema.

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  • Environment

    Hoylake is a seaside village on the northwest corner of the Wirral Peninsula, which boasts forty miles of coastline along the…

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