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Panel to consider booze application for Hoylake's Pebbles promenade cafe
OWNERS of a planned seaside cafe on Hoylake promenade will find out next week if they will be allowed sell alcohol on the premises.
Plans have already been approved to convert the former toilet block at the end of Trinity Road, into "Pebbles Cafe".
An application to grant a drinks licence will be considered by councillors on Wednesday.
It was due to be decide in August, but the meeting was adjourned after a councillor on the panel made a declaration of interest.
Opponents are concerned granting a licence would lead to public nuisance and more than 70 people have signed a petition against it. But a campaign in favour has gained support from 250 signatories.
The toilets were declared “surplus to requirements” by the council in 2005.
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