Here's some information about the Week of Action in Beechwood starting this Monday.
Next week (beginning 13 October) sees a Week of Action in the Beechwood Estate area in Liverpool 19.
The Week has been organised by Liverpool City Council and partners to deal with environmental problems as well as issues like anti social behaviour.
The idea is to provide a focus for work by lots of organisations to help tenants and residents improve their area. The Week was organised following pressure from Lib Dem Councillors for Cressington ward and residents from properties in Beechwood.
Leaflets are being distributed locally to provide more information for local people about the range of activities. Key elements include:
community skips available in Beechwood Gardens on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to help residents get rid of rubbish and have a general clear out.
free home fire safety checks provided by the Merseyside Fire Service
Job Cafe and advice event at Beech Tree Court on Thursday from 1 to 4pm. Advice and information on offer from organisations like the housing associations, the health service and the library service
Jobs, Education and Training Advice event on Friday at Beech Tree Court from 10 to 1pm.
There'll also be ongoing work to deal with flytipping, passageway dumping, street cleanliness and dog fouling.