Sefton Coast Partnership


Forest Plan 5 Year Review

Five years into the Sefton Coast Woodlands Forest Plan, members of the public are being encouraged to have their say on the progress made so far. The Forest Plan Five Year Review will focus on gauging people's opinions about work carried out towards the Short-Term Objectives for managing the area's woodlands set out in 2002.

Woodland tours, guided nature walks and more are planned as part of the Review, organised by the Sefton Coast Partnership, kicking off with an open meeting at St Luke's Church, Formby on Wednesday 13th June 2007.

The open meeting is the first of a series of Five Year Review events being run throughout the summer, with the full list available at the new dedicated website, As well as the events guide, the website also offers you the chance to check out information on the progress made against each of the objectives and to post comments with your views on the work so far. Click the link above to take a look.

Further details of the Forest Plan Task Group can be found here. This includes minutes of meetings and the broad plan objectives.