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Wirral

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


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'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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Walks listed include: [1] Heswall to Red Rocks - - - : [2] Red Rocks to New Brighton - - - : [3] West Kirby to Hilbre Island - - - : [4]The Wirral Way - - - : [5] Heswall to Parkgate - - - : [6] Ne ...
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'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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'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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'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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'... 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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'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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