The Caldy Society

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On behalf of the Caldy Society I would like to wish all our Members a very happy Christmas and New Year.

I do hope you can attend the Carols on the Green, a Caldy tradition, especially since Santa is visiting for the first time!

Membership is on the increase and we have plans for more Events in Caldy in the New Year. We welcome anyone contacting myself or other members of the Committee with ideas for events they would like.

Merry Christmas,

Caroline Evans

Caldy Village Open Gardens 2016 SUCCESS!

You helped us raise over £11,000 for North West Cancer Research this year!

Our Afternoon Tea Raises £450!

Afternoon Tea- The Caldy Society

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The Caldy Society provides:
  • Regular, high quality news letters
  • Advice and specialist support from committee members such as planning consent
  • Regular news flash emails including crime and security updates
  • Lobbying of important local concerns with Wirral Council
  • Organising popular local events such as the Summer Picnic and carols on The Green
  • Environmental maintenance and planting

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The Caldy Society was established in 1985 “to promote the general well-being of the inhabitants and the area of the village of Caldy on the Wirral”.

Caldy is on the west side of the Wirral peninsula and is developed around the old village and manor which dates from the late 17th century.

To the north west, the village is bounded by the National Trust property known as Caldy Hill whilst the Dee estuary marks the western boundary with more modern executive homes fringing the golf course.

The majority of the village was designated a conservation area in October 1974 and only primarily residential use is permitted.

One of the chief objectives of the The Caldy Society is to promote high standards of planning and architecture in the area.