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Carnegie Library Building, College Road, Crosby

In January 2018 Sefton Council received a bid from a consortium of local business people to lease the former Carnegie Library and convert it into a restaurant and community hub.

This Council has dragged its feet by taking more than 12 months to evaluate the bid to re-use this building.

Do Sefton Labour Council really care?

CAPITAL BUDGET 2018/2019

Local Conservatives have been reading the report for Sefton Labour Cabinet to take place on 10th January on Revenue and Capital funding and the figures are far worse than we thought. (Link Below)

Coastal Revival Fund

The Government has recently announced that several north-west towns were successful in their bids for grants from the £1m Coastal Revival Fund. See link below

Opportunities for our coastline

The Council has announced in a report to the Public Engagement and Consultation Panel on 26th November 2018 that it has started to review options for the replacement/improvement of defences at the northern end of Crosby Coastal Park.

More Labour Failure In Crosby Village

The Saga of Crosby Village’s Christmas Tree

Recently the local Labour Councillors proudly announced that they were arranging for a real 26 feet tall Christmas tree be planted prominently in the Village and remain all year-round.

Explained: A deal that takes back control

"The choice was this deal, which enables us to take back control and to build a brighter future for our country, or going back to square one with more division, more uncertainty and a failure to deliver on the referendum."