Wallasey’s Central Park

On entering the park from Liscard Road there is a clear 5mph limit sign and a 'No entry' to the left of the one-way system

On entering the park from Liscard Road there is a clear 5mph limit sign and a ‘No entry’ to the left of the one-way system

Situated within Seacombe’s electoral boundaries but bordered also by Liscard Ward, Wallasey Central Park had in the opinion of many suffered neglect for decades.
But in the past two and a half years, under a new Council administration and driven by an energetic ‘Central Park Partnership’ with first class local Parks Department Management, the condition of this vital local asset has been transformed. (Follow the link below for the “Green Flag” award photographs.)

http://seacombelabour.org/because-seacombe-and-new-brighton-matters-/2014/09/17

With clearly painted bays the parking space is now maximized.

With clearly painted bays the parking space is now maximized.

Soon after winning coveted “Green Flag” recognition we saw improved surfaces in the parking area to cater for the ever increasing number of visitors. That in turn sometimes resulted in congestion, especially when sporting events were taking place on the park’s several sports-fields and recreation facilities.

Cllr Chris Jones is seen here with her Welsh Collie and English Springer during springtime this year, before the improvements were made.

Cllr Chris Jones is seen here with her Welsh Collie and English Springer during springtime this year, before the improvements were made.

The long neglected car park has now had a face-lift to maximise useable space together with the replacement of the ‘No entry’ sign on the one-way system and a clear speed limit warning of 5mph.
Full marks must go to our local Park Manager for his energy, commitment, and “hands on” integration with the voluntary partnership bringing together the many different groups of users.

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