WIRRAL is blessed with some of the finest coastline in the North West and, throughout the summer, we’ve all got a responsibility to keep it that way.
The brighter weather and bank holidays have seen residents and visitors flock to the seashore – and leave behind rubbish, barbecues, seating and other equipment.
Wirral News is calling on everyone who respects our environment to take their litter home, and leave the peninsula’s beauty spots in the condition they expect to find them.
Wirral Council Cabinet member for environment, Cllr Gill Gardiner backs our appeal, she said: “We are appealing for everyone who enjoys our beaches to also take pride in them by cleaning up after themselves.”
And New Brighton Cllr Sue Taylor is frustrated by the debris left in her ward.
She said:“It’s unacceptable to leave a resort in such an appalling mess.”
And it’s not just how the waste appears, but the environmental impact.