This site is the result of years of collecting old photos, postcards and historical information.
In time, the history page will be expanded to cover transport, World Wars etc, the Countryside page will have walks which will introduce you to the history and the best of the countryside.
The village and it's people, both past and present.
The Dee Estuary, on the North Wales / North-West England border, is one of the United Kingdom’s premier birding locations for wetland and shorebirds.
This Web site describes the best Dee Estuary birdwatching areas with detailed maps and latest bird news for dedicated twitchers and casual birdwatchers alike.
Including detailed maps, tide times and latest bird news.
Set in the attractive garden village of Port Sunlight, created by Lord Lever, the gallery is famous for British 18th and 19th century paintings, 18th century furniture and an outstanding collection of Wedgwood. All visitor information on our website.
Art treasures of an Edwardian philanthropist
The website of Wirral Council, your local source of information on: Advice & Benefits, Business, Community & Democracy, Education & Learning, Environment & Planning, Health & Social Care, Housing, Jobs & Careers, Leisure & Culture, Transport & Streets.
Also see the entry for VisitWirral.com
Your go-to site for all things Parkgate.
Parkgate Guide is a tremendous fountain of information for those who wish to visit and live in Parkgate.
Enjoy access to comprehensive information. Discover hundreds of pages on the enormous variety of things to do and see in Parkgate.
Just 3 miles from Heswall - try Nicholls world-famous ice-cream
Voluntary & Community Action Wirral was launched on April 9th 2008. Almost two years of work for the staff, volunteers and trustees of the CVS in Bebington, Heswall, Wallasey and West Kirby have led to the creation of the new organisation to offer direct services & advice in our local communities.
Offering support and advice to the third sector in Wirral.
The Society, formed in 1888 by a group of Wirral businessmen, aims to protect footpaths and rights of way in Wirral.
It now has 600 members and is still very much needed when threats to open land and the green belt are common.
Guided walks take place once a month.