week just got hotter and hotter and the heatwave is due to go on according to the British Metrological Office. Expected to last into September, this should spell good news for the regions tourist trade, although the abundance of health warnings being issued encourage the public to be prudent about their health as the risks of gaining skin cancer rise with temperatures soaring beyond 30 degrees.
Already dry vegetation has amounted to several fires across Merseyside as disruption to traffic due to a fire on 6 August saw the loss of a farmer's crop on near Copy Lane in Thornton.
The fire brigade this week issued a warning to budding Jamie Oliver chefs that barbeques should not be maintained on grass as the heat transmits to the ground causing fire with any dry roots below the cooking area.
Meanwhile the hysteria surrounding water supplies being drained from local reservoirs sustained healthy levels according to Northwest water claim that supplies are adequate, but asking for the public to be sensible with their use of water so their is no problems later down the line.
Training Centre - Southport's
aid of Macmillan Cancer Relief.
head with all proceeds to the Appeal. Games to be played
at Hurlston Hall Golf Club, on Monday 8 September from
12:30pm. Hospitality to include, Bacon Butties, 18 hole
course, 3 course dinner.
All Old Woodworking Tools
Workshops cleared. £100 minimum paid for NORRIS planes. Old model or pond yachts wanted. Best Prices Paid.
Phone TONY MURLAND on 01449 722992.