Previous Notes and Stories
May 25, 2021
Just in case you were planning to come to Formby, you ought to be aware that high tides will reduce the amount of beach available for play or parking.
With high tides along our coastline this weekend, you might be best planning a visit for another time.— Sefton Council (@seftoncouncil) July 24, 2021
If you are visiting, follow the advice of the RNLI Lifeguards, HM Coastguard and Mersey Fire & Rescue Service.
Find out more:https://t.co/jU8Gh7KsWd pic.twitter.com/rzgxqxtnBR
Time to relax more, I'm going to take a break from social media, enjoy your weekend
Isn't it a shame that so many visitors can't be bothered to take home all the stuff they could be bothered to bring with them in the first place! https://t.co/HyGad3TUP8— Sean Brady (@FormbyVillage) July 23, 2021
Is this a sign of retail recovery in our village high street?
Best of luck with your new venture. https://t.co/8tsh8TeSNG— Sean Brady (@FormbyVillage) July 23, 2021
I wish our house had visitors like this, red squirrels have been spotted nearby on the estate, but despite lots of trees near the house, none have been tempted.
Still, we live in hope, have a good day. Incidentally these are great photos.
'Mouse' the urban Red Squirrel was on early patrol this morning in the garden.@GardenReds @Formbyvets @lancashirewild #thelastred #redsquirrel #mousetheredsquirrel #formby @NTFormby @SonyUK @SonyAlpha #wildlifephotography #A9 #alphapro #sonyalpha pic.twitter.com/qmVC2elRcl— Terry Donnelly (@terrydonnelly01) July 23, 2021
Formby is full!
Please take note, it is simply not worth going anywhere Victoria Road car park. https://t.co/FNdR5E42xQ— Sean Brady (@FormbyVillage) July 22, 2021
One of my weekly 'must reads', here's the latest edition.
If you missed the #Sefton Coast column in the Visiter this week, you can read it online here:https://t.co/KaUF8oqgkx@seftoncouncil @BSBIbotany @NMBiodiversity @ukorchids pic.twitter.com/OKtTvvlUfB— Green Sefton (@GreenSefton_) July 22, 2021
Lots of jellyfish have been spotted on Formby beach, one visitor even reported that they got stung. Mind where you tread.
Did you know that a group of #jellyfish is called a smack? If you spot a jelly at the seaside but you’re not sure what species it is then check out our handy guide -> https://t.co/9tTQrdtiSB— Marine Conservation Society (@mcsuk) July 22, 2021
Be sure to report your sightings too ✔️
📷: MourneSeaTours #JellyfishSighting pic.twitter.com/QY65WpRTfd
You can't stop people from open water swimming when the sun comes out
Costa Del Mersey 🏊 #UNESCO pic.twitter.com/hCh3if2xZa— Liverpool Confidential (@LivConfidential) July 21, 2021
This important debate is happening today, let's hope our MPs act on the urgency of this crisis
Tomorrow MPs from across Parliament will be debating the UK's priorities for the COP26 climate conference.— The Wildlife Trusts (@WildlifeTrusts) July 21, 2021
We urge politicians to put nature centre stage at COP26 and recognise the vital role nature-based solutions play in tackling the climate crisis. 🌍https://t.co/gpyHVgyN9a pic.twitter.com/dViqtWnlY3
Thank goodness for the RNLI
Big shout out to all the @RNLI beach lifeguards who are doing a fantastic job at the moment 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 especially being outside all day in these hot temperatures #rnli #beachlifeguards pic.twitter.com/KEEzMIfDgf— Rachel Hubbard (@RachelPrytherch) July 20, 2021
Get your jab, it will save your life
"Make sure you book in for your first and second doses to protect your friends, family and community." - Local GP Dr Pete Chamberlain.— NHS Southport and Formby CCG (@NHSSFCCG) July 19, 2021
Find details of local walk-in clinics to #GrabAJab: https://t.co/yt1X92TzaV
Or book via the national booking service: https://t.co/VH71DzYt5o pic.twitter.com/hLapEEABjy
Disappointing behaviour in Formby
Local park bench - if we can’t be bothered putting this in the bin what hope for the planet pic.twitter.com/E0BqrNoomb— Phil Pickett (@Philpickett8) July 21, 2021