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We may be parents from diverse backgrounds and communities with different lifestyles and pressures but the one thing that we have in common is that we are mums (and dads!) who care about our children and who worry about the future that they face

 

From the snug surroundings of our Mums Mag den we aim to keep you in touch with what is going on across Wirral and the surrounding areas by giving you the local buzz on anything and everything of interest to you and your family.

 

 

 

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Recent Posts

July 29, 2019
Suites Hotel & Spa join MIB Awards in the quest to find this year’s Employee of the Year

Suites Hotel & Spa is following its record year of success at last year’s MIB Awards by announcing its official sponsorship of a brand-new category at this year’s celebrations – Employee of the Year.     Headed by Morecrofts Solicitors, the MIB (Merseyside Independent Business) Awards aims to highlight an...

July 29, 2019
Wirral Children's Services 'improved in all areas'

The quality of services for children has “improved in all areas” in Wirral according to the latest Ofsted inspection.   The assessment by inspectors brings Wirral’s Children’s Services out of Government intervention at the first time of asking as the department continues its dramatic turnaround.   In 2016 ...

July 23, 2019
Wirral parks - the best of the North West once again

The number of Wirral parks and green spaces to be recognised in the annual Green Flag Awards has risen once again.   27 locations in the borough have now been nationally recognised by Keep Britain Tidy – up from 26 last year – and once again Wirral has more Green Flags than any other local authority in the whole...

July 11, 2019
Plans for Eureka! Mersey submitted

Plans for a second Eureka! children’s museum on the Wirral waterfront have been submitted to Wirral Council. The proposals are for an £11.75 million world-class visitor attraction for six to 14-year-olds, with an additional area dedicated to the 0-5 years age group.   If approved, Eureka! Mersey would take over ...