MANAGERS of the Ainsdale Sand Dunes National Nature Reserve (NNR) have apologised to visitors, after work at the site has made access difficult over recent weeks. Heavy machinery was recently used to carry out forestry management work between
AINSDALE W. I. will welcome guest speaker Pat Ascroft to their next meeting on March 13.Pat is a well-travelled member of the W. I. in Lancashire and will talk about the Great Wall of China.Starting at 2pm, the event will take place at Sacred Heart
THE vehicle entrance to Ainsdale beach was reopened on Monday morning (February 18), in time for the start of the half term school holiday.An ongoing closure of the entrance which was said to have been due to high water table issues hit the front
TWO homes on the same road in Ainsdale were targeted by burglars last week, police have confirmed.Officers for Lancashire Constabulary confirmed they were investigating two incidents of break-ins on Segars Lane, near to the border between Sefton and
AINSDALE Women's Institute will hold its next event on February 13 at Sacred Heart Church Hall, Liverpool Road.From 2pm, Christina Spence will speak about ‘Living with 60 Million Foreigners'. Visitors are welcome.
AINSDALE Townswomen's Guild has two guest speakers lined up for this month's meetings.On February 7 Sister Christine Barton will deliver the talk ‘Out of the Habit', and on February 21 Councillor Gillian Cuthbertson will discuss