Hugh Baird College is inviting members of the local community to an open public meeting to hear about their plans to transform the former St Winefride’s Roman Catholic Church in Bootle into a state of the art Health, Engagement and Training Hub complete with Mersey Care Life Rooms.
The College appreciate the importance of the site to local people and they are encouraging those with concerns, questions, comments, ideas and feedback to attend to have their say. Present at the meeting will be Project Managers, Architects, College staff and representatives from Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust who are working with the College on the Life Rooms aspect of the project.
The meeting takes place at Hugh Baird College’s University Centre L20 Building on Stanley Road in Bootle on Thursday, December 7th at 7pm. Refreshments will be available and all are welcome.
Yana Williams, Hugh Baird College Principal and Chief Executive, said:
“The redevelopment of the St Winefride’s Roman Catholic Church will bring back to life an important community venue and will provide vital life changing services and welcoming shared spaces.”
“I’d personally like to encourage members of the local community to come along to the meeting so they can have their input on the project and hear about the exciting and positive plans we have.”