Welcome to Picton Labour

Picton Ward is within the Parliamentary Constituency of Liverpool Wavertree, represented by Luciana Berger.

In our blog we aim to inform you of things which are happening within our ward and what is being done by your local Labour Party.

Many of the blogs on this website will be by Nathalie Nicholas, the Labour Party Candidate for Picton in the local elections in May 2016. Councillor Nathalie Nicholas

Liverpool City Council Draft Equality Objectives 2016-2020 Consultation

Start date:  18th December 2015.
End date: 10th February 2016.

Liverpool City Council is committed to promoting equality of opportunity, celebrating and valuing diversity, eliminating unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation, and promoting good relations.

The council works to promote equality for all by reducing discrimination in employment and service delivery on the grounds, covered by the Equality Act 2010, of age, disability, gender, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.

The council also considers socio-economic status (poverty), care leavers, carers, armed force veterans and people with an offending history.

The draft objectives we are consulting on

We are reviewing our equality objectives for the next four years – from 2016 until 2020 – and want your views on them. These objectives should help ensure fairness for all and reinforce our commitment to tackling inequalities wherever they exist and to stop the unacceptable treatment of any person.

Under the overarching theme ‘a strong, diverse city built on fairness’, the draft 2016-2020 objectives are as follows:

  • Listen, involve and respond to local communities.
  • Strengthen our knowledge and understanding of our communities.
  • Consultative and accountable leadership making fair and transparent decisions.
  • A fair and inclusive employer.
  • Good quality accessible services, buildings and public spaces.

 

Read example measures of success for all the five objectives.

How to comment

We want your views on the proposed equality objectives above. We welcome comments from everyone via our online survey using the button below.

Comment using our online survey

Alternatively, you can download, fill in and return a paper version of the consultation survey. Paper versions of the survey are also available from reception desks in our libraries and One Stop Shops. Other formats are available on request from equalityreview@liverpool.gov.uk (phone 0151 233 7047).

The closing date for comments is midnight on 10th February 2016.

What happens next?

Liverpool City Council’s agreed equality objectives for 2016-2020 will be published on this website in April 2016.

Further information

If you have any further questions about this consultation you can email equalityreview@liverpool.gov.uk or phone 0151 233 7047.

 

Last Week of FESTIVAL 31: Exhibitions, Film, Flashmob & More!

Coltart Road / Tiber Street Community Clean Up 29th March 2011 – CPB Team

The Tiber on Lodge Lane is another example of positivism in the community. Please come out and join them in the clean up. For further information please contact:

Tiber Youth Leadership Facilitator
c/o The Greenhouse Project
Mr S.Nze

Tiber Street Site
Lodge Lane
Liverpool.
L8. 0tp
Tel: 0151 726 8099
Fax: 0151 726 9929
Mob: 07793557931
nze@tiber.org.uk

Health Watch

Measles outbreak declared on Merseyside

The Liverpool Primary Care Trust has released information of a measles outbreak on Merseyside. There are 13 confirmed and 16 suspected cases ranging in age from nine months to adults aged in their 20s. Six people, four children and two adults, required treatment in hospital. This compares to just one confirmed case on Merseyside in the first six weeks of 2011 and one in the corresponding period of 2010.

Parents are urged to ensure that their children are fully vaccinated. If in doubt about their child’s vaccination status they should ask their GP for advice.

GPs have been alerted and asked to report all cases.

Any person with symptoms of measles should:

•Stay away from school, nursery or work until four days have elapsed after the development of a rash.
•Telephone their GP for advice before attending GP surgeries, NHS walk-in centres or hospital A & E units. If it is necessary for a child or adult with measles to attend an NHS facility, the GP can telephone the facility in advance to make arrangements that will minimise the measles patient’s contact with other vulnerable patients.
• Avoid contact with pregnant women as they are more vulnerable to infection and measles is highly infectious.
Liverpool Primary Care Trust (PCT) has set up a telephone line for parents or indeed anyone seeking advice or information about measles. The number is 0151 296 7565.

Advice is also available from NHS Direct on 0845 4647.

Valentines Day Treasure Hunt

Great day today in Picton, the community has supported the I love Lawrence Road initiative. It was nice to see active community participation and enthusiasm in all age and cultural groups.

Valentine’s Treasure Hunt – Lawrence Road.

The Picton Labour will be supporting a treasure hunt organised by Liverpool1578, the online hub for the Lodge Lane, Lawrence Road, Earle Road and Smithdown Road communities.
Follow the clues along Lawrence Road to find all the hearts. Have some fun, have some fresh air, look in the shops and look out for some very special valentine’s themed guests to help you along your way. You will have the opportunity to win £100 to shop in Lawrence Road .The Treasure Hunt should take no more than 1 hour ending at the WAM centre for refreshments. Information will be available on the day about your local neighbourhood and you can see proposals for the new Heritage Trail.

All completed forms will be entered into a prize draw where the first 5 entries drawn at random will receive £100 to spend at businesses along Lawrence Road.

Pre-registration is online at www.liverpool1578.co.uk or register on the day any time between 12 noon and 3pm at Picton Neighbourhood Health & Children’s Centre. 135-139 Earle Road, Liverpool 15.

Working with Liverpool Labour for Picton

Nathalie Nicholas is working for Picton Ward with other Labour Party activists and Councillors, and with Liverpool Wavertree MP Luciana Berger.

In September 2011 Nathalie attended the national Labour Party Conference – held for the first time in Liverpool, at the Liverpool Convention Centre in the city’s Albert Docks.

Here you see Nathalie with Liverpool City Councillor Anna Rothery, when they attended the Labour Party Conference.