Spud Wood

POOGATE

Literally.  The picture says it all. You can always rely on Love Lymm Locals (Facebook) for commentary and lively discussion on the real issues that are causing havoc within our community.  The debates and heated exchanges can be amusing to follow, but certain posts do highlight some very real problems that affect our lives and … Read more

ASH DIEBACK AT SPUD WOOD

Regular visitors to Spud Wood in recent weeks may have noticed that there has been a programme of clearing in certain sections of the woodland. It’s terribly sad to the landscape changing and to see seemingly healthy trees being felled – but unfortunately, a large area of Ash Dieback was identified by the Woodland Trust … Read more

LAUNCH OF THE BIG LYMM CLEAN UP

Do you love living in Lymm but are worried about the increase in litter over the last year? Are you annoyed with seeing coutless cans, packets and bottles thrown into the hedgerows? Have you noticed discared facemasks in the street? Monday 15th March sees the launch of a year-long campaign to keep Lymm clean. The … Read more

THE CENSUS IS COMING

Every ten years, the census provides a unique snapshot of our society. The next census is happening on Sunday 21st March 2021 and shortly, you’ll be receiving an invitation pack in the post. The pack will give you all the information you need to know in order for you to complete your census. Peter Hanlon … Read more

CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH WEEK

Children’s Mental Health Week 2021 took place from 1-7 February 2021. This year’s theme was Express Yourself.

Throughout the week, our panel of experts were joined by children and young people from across the area, offering a wealth of tips and advice. You can listen again to some of the features on this page.

FLOOD APPEAL RAISES £975

Just a few short weeks ago, Storm Christophe struck Lymm with a vengeance, leaving a wake of destruction and devastation for many residents, particularly those