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  • Zoe Cooper

The Wirral Peninsula, North Wales and Liverpool City

The unexpected and diverse beauty of the Wirral Peninsula made for a great few days visit.

A lovely May Bank Holiday weekend was had, while watching the small sailing boats on the marine lake on West Kirby beach, then wandering over to Hillbre Island and onto Little Eye and Middle Eye Islands too, obviously making sure the tides were right to have time to cross the flats and back, but a great area to explore, and the ice cream delicious!

West Kirby beach

West Kirby beach walking over to Hillbre Island, Little Eye and Middle Eye.

The next day we visited Heswall and Thurstaston Beach before heading to the big city for the evening.

Thurstaston Beach

Thurstaston Beach

Visiting the Chinese Arch in China Town, The bombed out St Luke's Church and the iconic men's toilets in the Philharmonic Pub! We got permission first, honest!

Chinese Arch at Liverpool's China Town

The legendary men's toilets in the Philharmonic Pub

The bombed out St Luke's Church, Liverpool

Sunset at The Royal Albert Docks, Liverpool

The following day, and my favourite part of the weekend was a visit to the Pontcysyllte Canal and Aqueduct. The engineering feat was completed in 1805 and still used to this day to carry the Llangollen Canal across the River Dee in the Vale of Llangollen. A must if you are ever in the area.

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