Wirral Coastal Walk
When: 14 June 2020
Where: Seacombe Ferry Terminal to Thurstaston Country Park, Wirral
What: A 15 mile walk along the beautiful Wirral coastline.
Fundraising: Raise what you can!
Explore the natural beauty of the Wirral Coastline
A fantastic coastline will ensure you enjoy your walk, starting off with views across the River Mersey to Liverpool and the huge docks complex, passing the small Seaside town of New Brighton and onto a beautiful Beach lined coast against the Irish Sea before the final turn onto the more rural and peaceful countryside overlooking the River Dee, with many points of interest along the walk.
- Seacombe Ferry - One of the two remaining ferry terminals on the Wirral.
- Site of ‘Mother Redcaps’ - Dating back to 1595, the haunt of smugglers with hidden cellars and caves reputed to connect underground passageways for miles around.
- Fort Perch Rock.
- Kings Parade - Said to be Britain ’s longest promenade.
- Leasowe Castle.
- Meols - Offshore, there are remains of a submerged forest, indicating that the Wirral Peninsular once extended well beyond its current coastline.
- Royal Liverpool Golf Club - Founded in 1869 and venue for the 2014 Open Golf Championship.
- Hilbre Islands.
- West Kirby Marine Lake - Well known for marine sporting events.
- The Wirral Way
Once you have registered, the team at the Clatterbridge Cancer Charity will be in touch to talk all things Wirral Coastal Walk with you!
Alternatively, call us on 0151 556 5566