Wirral Council has a number of official pages on Facebook and Twitter:
- For the latest news on what's going on at Wirral Council you can follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/wirralcouncil and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wirralcouncil
- To keep up with the latest happenings in Wirral's libraries you can follow www.facebook.com/wirrallibraries
- Follow www.twitter.com/visit_wirral for ideas on days out, food and drink and enjoying the coast and countryside in Wirral.
- Follow InvestWirral on Twitter to keep up to date with the latest investment news or join the Invest Wirral LinkedIn Group.
- Find out more about CRed, Wirral's Carbon Reduction initiative at www.twitter.com/credwirral
- For the latest news on what's happening at the Williamson Art Gallery & Museum follow www.facebook.com/williamsonartgallery
- Find out what's going on at Birkenhead Priory and St Mary's Tower
Terms and conditions of use
Wirral Council reserves the right to delete posts or comments from its social media sites without prior warning. This will be done when the Council believes the comment or post is in breach of the following terms and conditions:
- Contributions must be civil and tasteful. They must not be defamatory, libellous, in breach of the Data Protection Act 1988 (as amended), contain obscenities or foul language.
- Contributions must be constructive and polite, not mean-spirited or contributed with the intention of causing offence or trouble. Users who persistently post comments which are unrelated to the item being commented on may be blocked and their comments deleted.
- Advertising or promotional postings will not be accepted unless with the prior consent of Wirral Council
- In line with Local Government guidelines, no political campaigning or electioneering will be permitted.
- The Council reserves the right to block users who are in breach of the terms and conditions above without prior notice.
- The Council’s decision is final.
Please note that the Council does not endorse any private company or individual, and this remains the case even when the Council is “friends” with or “follows” a profile or account on social media sites.