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Looking at Liverpool: walking the Wallasey Promenade

Hosted by the Consul of the Liverpool Outdoors & Nature Group
Sports & Leisure
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Took place 1 month ago
Sun 01 Oct 12:00 - 14:00

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You can often see Liverpool from within the city, but how often can you see it from outside? This walk takes you to the place where you can do that, the promenade between Seacombe Ferry and New Brighton.

It is: very easy, almost entirely flat; short (about 5 miles round trip between Seacombe and New Brighton); and paved. With nice weather lots of views of the Liverpool waterfront and of ships on the Mersey.

There is the opportunity for a relaxed lunch break in New Brighton at the Marino Lounge Protected content once we reach that end of the walk.

Getting there: Mersey ferries are not running directly between Pier Head and Seacombe at the weekends (cruises are available); the best options are bus (the number Protected content from Sir Thomas Street in Liverpool to Poulton Road in Wallasey, from where it is an easy walk to the Protected content ; or car through the Wallasey tunnel. If you leave the Wallasey tunnel road immediately after the toll plaza, this will bring you onto a road leading to Protected content . (If you don't take this exit, a brown sign will indicate "New Brighton Promenade" just before you join the M53, but you are likely to get to New Brighton first.)

At Protected content there is some free parking next to the start of the promenade, and a larger pay and display car park behind the Spaceport next to the Protected content .

Look forward to seeing you there!