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Area: Merseyside

'We are a short walk away from both Ainsdale (1.2km) and Freshfield (1.4km) train stations, and local bus services stop at Freshfield station, Pinfold Lane and Gleneagles Drive.'


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Category Liverpool

'The park is popular with local walkers and families. There is a bowling green and cricket wicket, both with active clubs keen to welcome new members. Whitefield Cricket Club, situated in ...
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Category Knowsley

'Mature specimen trees are prominent features of Flaybrick. Cut leaf Beech, Silver Pendent Lime, Caucasian Lime, London Plane and Monkey Puzzle to name just a few made a good starting point for the ...
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Category Wirral

'We actively encourage new walkers as guests, and if they enjoy walking with us we welcome them to join the club ... We started in 1995 as the Victoria Ramblers and were then attached to the Victor ...
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Category Sefton

'Allow 1 hour for the 2 mile crossing, allocate more time if you walk slowly, or have small children. Leave Hilbre no later than the latest crossing time, or you may be trapped by the tide. Be awar ...
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Category Wirral

'Knowsley is home to some of the best open spaces on Merseyside. With a variety of formal parks, gardens, woodlands, natural spaces, sports areas and playgrounds, as well as numerous Green ...
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Category Knowsley

'As a walking club based near Liverpool we visit the hills and mountains throughout the North of England, including the Lake District and Yorkshire and arrange local walks. Walks take place at leas ...
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Category Sefton

'Sefton's Natural Coast is the perfect setting for those who want to get away from it all and explore. Stretching out over 22 miles this unique and tranquil coastline comprises beautiful b ...
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Category Sefton

'Where? The Lakes, Yorkshire, Wales and Derbyshire - - - : When? 26 Sunday walks throughout the year - - - : How? By pre-arranged coach - - - : From? Mainly Sout ...
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Category Sefton

'In the early 1980's the Groundwork Trust and Knowsley Council created Stadt Moers Park, capping off the now defunct landfill and planting the grasses and trees we see to ...
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Category Knowsley

'... regular inspections ... cutting back and clearing undergrowth ... securing removal of obstructions ... assisting with signing and way marking ... influencing official policy ... advising on re ...
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Category Wirral

'Arrowe Park - Storeton - Thornton Hough - Lees Lane, Neston - Parkgate & onto Gayton - Barnston via Heswall - Arrowe Park via Thingwall.'


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Category Wirral

'Rising to 231 feet Bidston Hill is one of the highest points on the Wirral. Its 100 acres of heathland and woodland contain mysterious rock carvings and historic buildings, as well as being a have ...
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Category Wirral

'... The Ranger Service has previously produced free guides for 5 of these trails: Billinge Loop; Bold Loop; Bradlegh Loop; Garswood Loop; Rainford Loop ...
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Category St Helens

'Heritage walks in Huyton, Kirkby, Knowsley Village, Cronton, Halewood and Prescot.'


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Category Knowsley

'Starting at St. Helens on Merseyside and finishing in the village of Thornton-in-Craven on the Lancashire-Yorkshire border, the route takes you briefly through built up areas, but even these have ...
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Category St Helens

'Construction of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal was started in 1770 and the canal was finally completed in 1816. Originally limestone was expected to be the main cargo but coal became the ...
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Category Liverpool

'It can be breezy for much of the tour so we suggest you dress warmly (even on a sunny day) in order to have a much better time on the tour. We also recommend you wear sensible shoes and bring an u ...
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Category Liverpool

'Following part of the towpath and passing close to an historic village, this route offer stretches of surprisingly attractive scenery.'


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Category St Helens

'The booklet also signposts walkers to extended routes both in Liverpool and Knowsley and joins up with the SUSTRANS cycle route. You will find directions to destinations and maps to help find your ...
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Category Knowsley

Links to details include: [1] The Beatles Story (Albert Dock) - - - : [2] Beatles Magical Mystery Tour (bus trip) - - - : [3] Cavern Club - - - : [4]  Blakes Restaurant at Hard Days Night Hotel - - ...
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Category Liverpool

'Stretches the breadth of northern England - 215 miles (345 km) from Southport in the west to Hornsea in the east. Additionally there is a 70 mile (112 km) north-south route running from Leeds to C ...
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Category Sefton

'The Walk follows the Wirral coastline from Seacombe Ferry on the River Mersey to Wirral Country Park Visitor Centre at Thurstaston ... It is a fun event for walkers of all ages and abilities. Its ...
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Category Wirral

'Wirral Country Park runs along the coast of the peninsular offering some amazing nature trails and wildlife, the main visitors centre at Thurstaston is open all year round.'


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Category Wirral

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