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Just a few highlights from the last few weeks in the fantastic campaign run in Wirral South for Alison McGovern. Well done everyone who's taken part.
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Great Turnout in Liscard today for our Wirral Labour Women's campaign event with Angela Eagle MP.
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And it’s not just Birkenhead that will benefit from the new regeneration scheme. Bebington, Bromborough, Seacombe, Moreton and New Ferry will get investment too.

There are so many Wirral communities who will benefit from the new plans and the money that goes to the Council from the scheme will help fund services across the borough too.

Announcement on plans for major regeneration project

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How Birkenhead could look under Wirral Labour’s plans to regenerate the town.

Market could be transformed under new Wirral council partnership with Muse Developments
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Here’s the Feeding Birkenhead holiday timetable again. New Ferry and Prenton also included.

Anyone can be part of Feeding Britain and set up a holiday playscheme in their area. Just contact Feeding Britain via their website for information about how to get started:

https://www.feedingbritain.org

Feeding Birkenhead’s reputation as a trailblazing grass roots organisation continues to grow. Today Labour Peer Lord Adonis popped in to The Beaconsfield Community House in Rock Ferry for a chat and to find out more about the great work going on there.

Frank Field’s Birkenhead Community News added 9 new photos.

Today Labour Peer Lord Andrew Adonis called into one of the Feeding Birkenhead projects in Rock Ferry. He chatted to the staff, volunteers and families from Neo Community over lunch at The Beaconsfield Community House. It’s fair to say he was really impressed too.

Wallasey MP Angela Eagle was the first MP and UK Government Minister to come out as lesbian. Read why LGBT History Month is so important to Angela.

Angela Eagle was the first MP and UK government minister to come out as a lesbian. Here’s why LGBT History Month is important to her.
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Feeding Birkenhead have activities in New Ferry, Prenton as well as Rock Ferry and Birkenhead. Free fun and food during half term.

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Frank Field’s Birkenhead Community News

Is the thought of half term week making you tear your hair out? Never fear - Feeding Birkenhead is here to save the day. Lots of free and fun activities for all... ages this week:

Monday 19th February

Free Breakfast Club
9am – 11am
Café at the St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974

Jolly Tots – play, story time and snacks for under-3s and parents/carers (50p)
9.15am – 10.30am
St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974

Play scheme with lunch
10am – 2pm
Prenton Community Shop, 29 Dickens Avenue, Prenton, CH43 0TQ
Bev Peters, Wirral Play Council, 0151 650 0030

Play scheme with lunch
10am – 2pm
Bebington Youth Club, Cornwall Close, New Ferry, CH62 1BG
Bev Peters, Wirral Play Council, 0151 650 0030

Cake Making, Pool, and Football with Breakfast for children aged 6-14
10am – 12.30pm
Gautby Road Play and Community Centre, 69 Gautby Road, Birkenhead, CH41 7DS
Heather Stenhouse, 0151 652 5645

Community Cook Up
11am – 2pm
Beaconsfield Community House, Beaconsfield Close, Rock Ferry, CH42 3YN
Ema Wilkes, ema@neocommunity.org.uk, 07447 913 888

Open Play with games, crafts and lunch
Midday – 1.30pm
St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974
Mask and Sword Making, Pool, and Cricket with Lunch and Snacks for children aged 6-14
2pm – 4.15pm
Gautby Road Play and Community Centre, 69 Gautby Road, Birkenhead, CH41 7DS
Heather Stenhouse, 0151 652 5645

Youth Club and dinner for children aged 11+ (50p)
5.45pm – 7.15pm
St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974


Tuesday 20th February

Free Breakfast Club
9am – 11am
Café at the St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974

Storytime Picnic in the Library (booking required, £1 per family)
Time tbc
St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974

Play scheme with lunch
10am – 2pm
Prenton Community Shop, 29 Dickens Avenue, Prenton, CH43 0TQ
Bev Peters, Wirral Play Council, 0151 650 0030

Play scheme with lunch
10am – 2pm
Bebington Youth Club, Cornwall Close, New Ferry, CH62 1BG
Bev Peters, Wirral Play Council, 0151 650 0030

Split Pin Heroes, Pool, and Football with Breakfast for children aged 6-14
10am – 12.30pm
Gautby Road Play and Community Centre, 69 Gautby Road, Birkenhead, CH41 7DS
Heather Stenhouse, 0151 652 5645

Kids Eat Free
10.30am – 1pm
Community Café, Rock Ferry Salvation Army, 179 Old Chester Road, Birkenhead, CH42 3TA
Myrtle Lacey, 0151 645 3431
Arts N’ Sports
11am – 2pm
Beaconsfield Community House, Beaconsfield Close, Rock Ferry, CH42 3YN
Ema Wilkes, ema@neocommunity.org.uk, 07447 913 888

Bookmark Room Sign Making, Pool, and Rounders with Lunch and Snacks for children aged 6-14
2pm – 4.15pm
Gautby Road Play and Community Centre, 69 Gautby Road, Birkenhead, CH41 7DS
Heather Stenhouse, 0151 652 5645

Kids Club
4pm – 6pm
Beaconsfield Community House, Beaconsfield Close, Rock Ferry, CH42 3YN
Ema Wilkes, ema@neocommunity.org.uk, 07447 913 888


Wednesday 21st February

Free Breakfast Club
9am – 11am
Café at the St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974

Play scheme with lunch
10am – 2pm
Prenton Community Shop, 29 Dickens Avenue, Prenton, CH43 0TQ
Bev Peters, Wirral Play Council, 0151 650 0030

Play scheme with lunch
10am – 2pm
Bebington Youth Club, Cornwall Close, New Ferry, CH62 1BG
Bev Peters, Wirral Play Council, 0151 650 0030

Messy Paint, Pool, and Obstacle Course with Breakfast for children aged 6-14
10am – 12.30pm
Gautby Road Play and Community Centre, 69 Gautby Road, Birkenhead, CH41 7DS
Heather Stenhouse, 0151 652 5645

Family Social Supermarket and Kids Take Over Café
11am – 2pm
Beaconsfield Community House, Beaconsfield Close, Rock Ferry, CH42 3YN
Ema Wilkes, ema@neocommunity.org.uk, 07447 913 888

People’s Pantry (open access to affordable fresh, tinned and dried food products)
1.30pm – 2.30pm
St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974

Picture Making, Pool, and Dodgeball with Lunch and Snacks for children aged 6-14
2pm – 4.15pm
Gautby Road Play and Community Centre, 69 Gautby Road, Birkenhead, CH41 7DS
Heather Stenhouse, 0151 652 5645

Thursday 22nd February

Free Breakfast Club
9am – 11am
Café at the St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974

Play scheme with lunch
10am – 2pm
Prenton Community Shop, 29 Dickens Avenue, Prenton, CH43 0TQ
Bev Peters, Wirral Play Council, 0151 650 0030
Play scheme with lunch
10am – 2pm
Bebington Youth Club, Cornwall Close, New Ferry, CH62 1BG
Bev Peters, Wirral Play Council, 0151 650 0030

Colouring Competition, Pool, and Bouncy Castle with Breakfast for children aged 6-14
10am – 12.30pm
Gautby Road Play and Community Centre, 69 Gautby Road, Birkenhead, CH41 7DS
Heather Stenhouse, 0151 652 5645

Family Cooking (booking required, £2 per family)
1pm – 3pm
St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974

Den Making, Pool, and Bouncy Castle with Lunch and Snacks for children aged 6-14
2pm – 4.15pm
Gautby Road Play and Community Centre, 69 Gautby Road, Birkenhead, CH41 7DS
Heather Stenhouse, 0151 652 5645

Kids Club (Plus Trip Day earlier in the day)
4pm – 6pm
Beaconsfield Community House, Beaconsfield Close, Rock Ferry, CH42 3YN
Ema Wilkes, ema@neocommunity.org.uk, 07447 913 888

Painting, Pool, Bouncy Castle, Disco, and Snacks for children aged 11-16
6pm – 8pm
Gautby Road Play and Community Centre, 69 Gautby Road, Birkenhead, CH41 7DS
Heather Stenhouse, 0151 652 5645

Friday 23rd February

Free Breakfast Club
9am – 11am
Café at the St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974

Bingo, Pool, and Football with Breakfast for children aged 6-14
10am – 12.30pm
Gautby Road Play and Community Centre, 69 Gautby Road, Birkenhead, CH41 7DS
Heather Stenhouse, 0151 652 5645

Family Winter Warmer – free tea, coffee, soup and cake for all, with crafts and fun for children
11am – 2pm
St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974


Make a Mosaic – children’s art session with lunch
11am – 2pm
St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 7AL
Eve Barrett, eve.barrett@corganisers.org.uk, 0151 670 9974
Arts N’ Garden
11am – 2pm
Beaconsfield Community House, Beaconsfield Close, Rock Ferry, CH42 3YN
Ema Wilkes, ema@neocommunity.org.uk, 07447 913 888

Face Painting, Pool, and Disco with Lunch and Snacks for children aged 6-14
2pm – 4.15pm
Gautby Road Play and Community Centre, 69 Gautby Road, Birkenhead, CH41 7DS
Heather Stenhouse, 0151 652 5645

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Ditch the crisps, sweets and coke this half term. Why not try some healthier snack ideas instead?

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Wirral Council

Looking for healthier snacking ideas? Sign up for a free pack with vouchers, stickers for the kids and loads of helpful tips and ideas. #Change4Life Change4Life http://socsi.in/kY1nr

It’s difficult to remember what New Brighton was like before it’s facelift. Here are some before and after photos to remind you. The regeneration of New Brighton has been an enormous success and has totally rejuvenated the town.

Photos show the incredible changes that have taken place
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Well done Liscard Town Hosts! Great effort.

Love Liscard added 7 new photos.

An early start for the Liscard Town Hosts removing moss and weeds on Liscard Way in preparation for the Spring Planters.

The Liscard Labour Team of Bernie Mooney, Janette Williamson and Tom Usher have been out and about chatting to residents today about the issues that matter to them.

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Shop local says New Ferry & Bromborough Labour Councillor Warren Ward. The businesses of New Ferry deserve our custom.

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Cllr Warren Ward

Every pound you spend in a small business supports a family and provides local employment for local people. Shop local today and remember to #LoveNewFerry

Margaret Greenwood’s been visiting a fantastic project in Royden Park this week. Find out more...

It’s not too late to start Adlent. When you’re doing your big shop this weekend, why not buy a few extra items for Wirral Foodbank. Everything goes to local people so you’d be making a real difference by helping your community.

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