News on MTC’s Parks

Hello residents of Maghull


Maghull Town Council (MTC) has embarked on an ambitious plan to revitalise the community’s green spaces and playgrounds. With a focus on repairing and upgrading parks with broken or decaying play equipment, MTC aims to create safer, more enjoyable environments for residents of all ages.


Already, keen-eyed park visitors may have noticed ongoing repairs and improvement works in various parks throughout the area. However, don’t worry if we haven’t got round to your local park yet, MTC assures residents that every park is slated for refurbishment and repainting within the next eight months. Detailed schedules of these works will be available on the council’s website by May 2024.


Addressing concerns raised by many residents regarding the lack of seating in parks, MTC has taken proactive steps to address this issue. Additional seating has been installed at popular parks such as Old Hall Park, Ballswood, South Meade, Moss Park and Round Meade. Moreover, plans are underway to provide more benches, picnic tables and seating options in other parks over the coming months.


MTC recognises that parks are essential spaces for our community, offering safe and pleasant environments for children to play, friends to meet, and families to relax and enjoy, through these improvement efforts, we aim to enhance the overall experience for all our park visitors.


As MTC continues its commitment to improving green spaces and playgrounds across Maghull, residents are encouraged to stay informed about upcoming works and developments by visiting the council’s website and Facebook page regularly.



Derek Stephens

Facilities Manager



Concerns & Complaints


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