Labour-run Maghull Town Council backs Maghull in Bloom campaign

Steve Kermode


Labour-run Maghull Town Council is ensuring that the town is blooming marvellous by their backing to the Maghull in Bloom campaign.


The Labour Councillors on Maghull Town Council have agreed to buy new planters to be installed at each of the main entrances into the town.

Labour's Cllr Maurice Byrne said the campaign would make the town even more attractive to visitors and those who live here.

Cllr Byrne said: "I and my Labour colleagues have throughout supported the wonderful efforts of the Maghull in Bloom volunteers. The work they do makes Maghull a fantastically attractive place to visit, work and live.

"That is why we are delighted to continue to give our support to that work.

"One of my over-riding ambitions since Labour took control of Maghull Town Council last May was to encourage more people to get involved in local life to engender a greater community spirit about Maghull. That is exactly what the Maghull in Bloom group has done with a number of groups, including the Maghull Station Volunteers, Maghull Horticultural and Gardening Club, Maghull Photography Club, Ashworth Hospital, HMP Kennet, Altside Business Village, Maghull & District Cluster of Schools, Maghull Art Group, Maghull Community Association, Merseyrail and Parkhaven Trust all working together alongside Maghull Town Council to make this a success."

 
Cllr Byrne said the work of each of the group in the Maghull in Bloom scheme had created a nicer and more colourful community.
 
Cllr Byrne said: "The work of the Maghull in Bloom volunteers and the contributing groups not only makes our community a nicer place to live, but it could also attract outside investors in to the town to set up business and create much needed jobs right here in our community.
 
"It is for all of these reasons that the Labour Group on Maghull Town Council will continue to give its full support to Maghull in Bloom."