Rainhill Village Life - Supported by your Labour Councillors

Tuesday, February 17, 2009


We have done a full survey of this part of the ward, from Holt Lane to Chatsworth Road, and from Two Butt Lane to Stoney Lane.

Ward Committee money will help to clean up and improve the area. The picture shows the broken fence alongside the service road near the shops - WE WILL REPLACE THIS FENCE.

We have been asked for flower planters for the tops of the steel railings on the Warrington Road - WE HAVE ORDERED THEM.

We have requested more doggie bins and litter bins for the area - dog walkers tell us where they are best sited.

After the recent fiasco when most of Rainhill had no grit to safeguard both drivers and pedestrians, we have started the process of GRIT BINS WHERE THEY ARE NEEDED. We will need the cooperation of local residents if we site them close to properties. Again, tell us where they are most needed.

2 comment(s):

  • not related but there is a no alcohol drinking sign at the top of Blundells Lane, underneath it there are, or was, several emply bottles of Vodka, further along at the top of St James Road were several empty cans of lager.Would it be possible to push the council to do a bit more to enforce these no drinking zones.Just putting up signs seems a bit pointless.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:06 am  

  • Thank you for highlighting the problem - just how difficult it must be to enforce "no drinking zones" throughout the borough.

    To be fair to the council, it is a policing matter to enforce this - I will happily bring your comment to their attention.

    By Blogger Cllr. Steve Glover, at 9:14 am  

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