Labour-run Maghull Town Council has announced the renewal of play equipment in the town's parks.
Sudell Ward Labour councillors, Patrick McKinley, Lynn Gatherer and Rob Owens, have made the announcement as part of a two-year green strategy for the town.
The Labour councillors made the announcement as part of a major investment in the town that will also see Maghull boast its very own mini-Eden Project.
Cllr McKinley, who is also the Labour leader of Maghull Town Council, said the new investment was a boost to the town.
Cllr McKinley said: "Since Labour took control of Maghull Town Council in 2011, we have conducted an extensive programme of park improvements.
"Our new two-year green strategy and the accompanying extra investment allows us to accelerate our ongoing parks improvement programme to ensure that we in Maghull continue to boast the best parks and gardens in Sefton.
"My Labour colleagues in Sudell Ward, Cllrs Lynn Gatherer and Rob Owens, are joining the green strategy steering group with Maghull Town Council.
"We aren't being complacent. We have the best parks and gardens in Maghull already - it is our job to make sure we keep them that way."
Cllr McKinley said the two year green strategy is designed to make Maghull the greenest town in the North West.
Cllr McKinley said: "We have already started reviewing the equipment in the parks and the work the steering group will be doing will see further investment and capital projects, like the mini-Eden Project, which will bring real benefits to our community.
"We have some very ambitious plans which we will be working on which will make Maghull the envy of the whole region.
"Maghull is a town to be proud of. It is a great place to live. We're determined to make it even better."