Tag Archives: Allerton Road

Liberal Democrats budget amendment for a new post-Covid era

This is our press statement about the amendment that we moved at yesterday’s budget Council meeting in Liverpool. It will be no surprise to you that Labour voted it down. We will continue to press for a proper overview of … Continue reading

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John Lennon Comes back to “Allerton in August”

The 1st of August kicks off a month of activity led by councillors, traders and community groups to get the business and residential communities going again in the Liverpool 18 area. Not only are we having a series of events … Continue reading

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Imagine our Shopping areas with no shops!

The next few months are going to be tough for our business people and they will need all the help that we can give them to stay afloat and hopefully thrive.  Imagine our area if most of the shops on … Continue reading

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Under 35? Don’t believe that the Coronavirus can’t hurt you.

Yesterday we received news of an alarming uptick in Covid-19 cases in South Liverpool. It wasn’t amongst the older population who were the key victims of the virus for the first 4 months and the pre lockdown and lockdown periods. … Continue reading

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Does Boots the Chemist have a vendetta against Liverpool?

Tomorrow I am attending a meeting to try and prevent the so-called merger of twp branches of Boots the Chemists on Allerton Road and Smithdown Place. Boots have already closed down an Alliance pharmacy on Allerton Road, (a subsidiary of … Continue reading

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Politicians working in Partnership

I’ve taken some stick lately for cooperating on a number of issues with the Mayor of Liverpool. The criticism has come because at the last two standard council meetings there has only been one motion moved at each. On both … Continue reading

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Together we can, “Save our High Streets”

The 1st December was National Small Business Day. To help that day Lib Dems in Liverpool have tweeted about our favourite shops in our areas which are run by local people for local people. We are doing it using the hashtag … Continue reading

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Allerton Road – A great District Centre for all your needs

Come and see what Allerton Road has to offer on Saturday when there will be community stalls at the Farmers Market and the Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside will be visiting the Farmers Market and retailers. Over the past few weeks … Continue reading

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Keeping Our Money Local

A contented customer at the Lodge Lane Credit Union One of the problems of the Liverpool economy is that it leaks like a colander. A really rich society keeps its money and circulates it locally. A poorer community lets it … Continue reading

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Labour blunders to right decision on Liverpool’s libraries

The Mansion House where the Reader Organisation is encouraging thousands to read and use the written word Like a giant mammoth pricked by the 20,000 arrows of the petitioners of Liverpool Joe Anderson has finally stumbled to what might be … Continue reading

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