We're Doing It For The Children!

2009 Wirral News Champion Team of The Year Award and Green Flag Winners In Years 2012/2013/2014/2015


The 'Go Green' Penguin that was in Liverpool's Williamson Square is in pride of place in our our Play Area...
Our Mosaic Project involved over 100 local Children in 3 separate workshops. The Installation Work is Now Complete

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Meols Park News...

Meols Park Play Area 6th August 2009


Meols is a village on the northern coast of the Wirral Peninsula, Merseyside, England. It is generally paired with its neighbour, the larger town of Hoylake, situated immediately to the west. Meols is mainly residential with a small yacht and fishing community on its Irish Sea shore line.Meols has a small row of shops adjacent to Meols railway station.
Formerly, Meols was in the county of Cheshire. Since 1974, it has been in the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral.
The whole Meols Park area was originally known as Lower Green back in 1910, as School Lane had not been developed and did not join up with Dovepoint Road.
In 1935 an official Map from Cheshire County Council Archives shows the new extended School Lane which split the park in two. The area where the recreation playground is, was then renamed to Meols Park Upper Green.
The Lower Green then was known as the area where the bowling green is and where the tennis courts used to be.


The removal of the Slide and Climbing Frame equipment in July 2007 was due to reports by the ROSPA  organisation
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Equipment Removal July 2007

Archaeologists in the Park 

A Zebra In The Park

Our 1st  Attic Sale raised £300

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Wirral Council Help Fund Park

Meols Club Pavilion Improved

Park Poem sent in by a 'Friend'

New Kick-about area is a success

Friends help Meols in Bloom

  Great News!
Our Friends of Meols Park community group are winners of the Wirral News Champion Team of the Year Award for 2009