We are pleased to announce that we have, once again, been shortlisted for a Wirral West Community and /Neighbourhood Award, but we need YOUR HELP.
Awards are given to the project that receives the most votes. The procedure for voting is outlined below, along with the term and conditions. Each person in Wirral is allocated one vote.
Our project is to make a section of path accessible to all, meaning that wheelchair users and people with limited mobility would be able to access the Dawpool Nature Reserve. The pathway will be serviced and used by Autism Together and will be signposted as part the of Push England scheme
Please take the time to vote, either online via the link provided or by hard copy. Follow the link and select Autism Together, Making Dawpool Nature Reserve Accessible and follow the instructions.
Should you need any further information please do not hesitate in contacting FUNDRAISING.
Voting is on the basis of one voting paper per person. We have asked for name and postcode to prevent multiple applications being made by the same person. We reserve the right to disqualify votes if we have reasonable grounds to suspect that there has been any attempt to ‘rig’ the voting through multiple applications being made by the same person (online and hard copies)
Wirral Council reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice at its discretion. Any changes will be advertised at www.wirral.gov.uk/wirralwest
The Council is not responsible for any costs incurred through returning voting papers to local libraries.
Votes will only be considered as part of the decision-making process by Wirral West Constituency Committee members where a Wirral postcode has been provided.