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Lydiate Village Centre
Saturday 9th December 2017
Please vote in the Aviva Community Fund for Lydiate Abbey
for the following:-
1. Perimeter fencing: estimated cost £2500
2. Entrance gate: estimated cost £500
This is the link here to register and vote
LYDIATE IN FLOWER
A NEW GROUP HOPING TO CREATE
MORE FLORAL DISPLAYS AROUND LYDIATE
We will be at the Xmas fair at
Lydiate Village Centre, Lambshear Lane
Saturday December 9th 12pm-5pm
Come and find out about us.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook : Lydiate in Flower News Page
Phone : 07443 521 411
Land at Turnbridge Road/Maghull/ Lydiate border
(Graphic from Sefton Focus-Tony Robertson)
The plans for a residential development of 34 dwellings
25 houses and a three storey block of 9 apartments, including new access and landscaping
can be viewed and commented on (on Sefton Council's website)
SEFTON/MERSEYTRAVEL BUS REVIEW UPDATE
Click here for the link to the revised 300 bus timetable from 23rd April 2017
Liverpool - Southport or Lydiate
Times have changed, and evening journeys
have been introduced between Liverpool and Lydiate.
Contact Merseytravel with your concerns/views about Lydiate bus services at :
e-mail: email@example.com or by telephone on 0151 236 7676.
THIS IS THE ORIGINAL POST FROM OCTOBER 2016
LOWER ALT WINDFARM
THE SCOTCH PIPER
The Weld Blundell, Lydiate
Click HERE and find out the latest news...
200th Anniversary of the opening of the Leeds -Liverpool Canal 2016
PHOTOGRAPHS FROM EVENTS IN LYDIATE 2016
FRACKING NEAR LYDIATE
Link to Halsall against Fracking page here
LYDIATE PARISH HALL ACTIVITIES
288 Southport Rd, Lydiate,
0151 526 3871
(Near The Scotch Piper )
Many groups and Clubs use this hall. Here are some of the things going on there.
Line dancing Classes in Lydiate
Thursday afternoon 1.15PM at Lydiate Parish Hall, Southport Road
(NEAR SCOTCH PIPER INN AND ON 300 BUS ROUTE)
(Reets Dance Ranch )
Dance to oldies and new ones too , great fun class.
BOAT CLUB, PILLING LANE
Join Phil at 8pm/8.30pm on Tuesdays for line-dancing until 10.30
Monday morning (except bank Holiday)
Contact : 0151 526 5763
Contact: 07717 600064
Lydiate Village Centre
Many regular activities going on at Lydiate Village Centre, Lambshear Lane
Click here to see activities
Maghull and Lydiate Action Group
Maghull and Lydiate Action Group are a group of committed local people
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help
or telephone Pat on 07837 413795.
Click on link below to see our brand new Facebook page-"like" us on Facebook.
Over the past decade St Catherine’s Chapel (Lydiate
Abbey) has deteriorated, trees growing out of the mortar,
and loose and missing stone work. If action is not taken soon, we will lose this precious part of Lydiate’s heritage.
We have formed a group to put pressure on those responsible for the Chapel, to take action to help save and preserve our heritage.
If you would like to become involved or donate to ‘FRIENDS OF THE ABBEY’ e-mail :
giving your name and e-mail address.
View the FRIENDS OF THE ABBEY page here
St. Gregory's bowling club.New members contact: Peter Bailey (Chairman) 0151 287 8162
Geograph has lots of photos of Lydiate. View it hereCopyright and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.
1st Lydiate Scouts website.
Clubs Classes and Activities
Auction - Mondays at Lydiate Parish Hall.
sad to hear the news of the death of Ron Rigby early this month.
a well known Lydiate farmer,also a local historian, church helper
and a public speaker. Much of my information about Lydiate came
from his articles in the St. Thomas monthly magazine.
A true gentleman who will be missed.
Sad to hear of the death of Mona Duggan, local author and historian.
The family lived in Lydiate at one time
and her late husband owned Bowers Radio in Maghull for many years.
Condolences to her family.Read The Ormskirk Advertiser page about Mona here