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Join us at the Liverpool Year of the Environment Green Listening Event - 28th September

Tuesday, 27 August 2019 09:40

CPRE invites members of the public and representatives of local groups in the Liverpool City Region to a listening event on the morning of September 28th, to be held in Crosby. We want to hear your views about your local green spaces, parks, and Green Belt sites, to feed into the 'Toward a Green Future' conference, to be held on November 8th.


The aim of the Year of the Environment is to ensure that people of all backgrounds have the opportunity to become involved in projects that will improve the natural environment. This project provides a real opportunity to highlight the importance of green spaces on the doorstep.

Key questions that will be explored are as follows:

1. What do we need to do as a Liverpool City region to help people enjoy and support their local parks, habitats and green spaces?

2. What are the barriers to achieving this?

3. What do we need to do as a Liverpool City Region to improve our environmental sustainability?

4. What are the barriers to achieving this?

Following the morning meeting, members are invited to join us on a walk along the Crosby Coastal Path (weather permitting)

Date: Saturday 28th September, 9.30am - 1pm with optional walk 1-3pm

Location: Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre

Crosby Coastal Park, The Esplanade, off Cambridge Road, Waterloo, Merseyside, L22 1RR

Attendance is free but booking is essential. To book your place, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the subject line as “RSVP GS Listening Event”.

Please see the attached flyer for further details.

To find out more about the Liverpool City Region Year of Environment, visit



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