Petition to keep cornflower cafe in national wildflower centre (Court hey park) open
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As you may know the cornflower cafe in court hey park will be closing its doors for good in the new year. It's such a shame to lose such an amazing asset to our local community and I feel as a community we need to all do that we can to keep this amazing place open. For years the cafe has brought us somewhere to eat and drink in the cold winter months when our children want to run around in the park, have a little bike ride, or even just for when we have taken our dogs out for a walk and need to stop for a cup of tea, a homemade cake or a lovely bowl of scouse. The cafe provides a beautiful array of freshly made food with amazing chefs and caters for everyone. In the summer months they have provided us the summer fares, dog shows, artisan markets,wild bird shows, pumpkin carving, Easter egg hunts and a whole host of family fun days out. The cafe is a place where our local mother and baby groups can meet and is also a great place for your children's birthday party's.The cafe has given our local elderly people a place to go and also is a safe place for our local nursing homes to bring out their residents for the day. The cafe does not only attract people from our local community but people also come from out of the area to visit to see the local wildlife, flowers and attend functions. The cafe is also a place where our local schools come to when they are on day trips out to the park.But not only that thanks to the amazing staff cornflower cafe is not just a cafe it is a family to each and every person that walks in. Our closest park with a cafe would be Sefton if we are to lose the cornflower cafe. This is a huge loss to our community so i urge you Please sign this petition and help us keep our local park cafe open.
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