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Green Spaces of the Wirral Walk: 3rd October 2021

This walk on the Wirral is taking place as part of the Liverpool City Region’s COP26 event programme.

Join us for a varied and scenic exploration of the green spaces of northwest Wirral. This lovely 7 1/2 mile circuit features Victorian parks, hilltop viewpoints, autumnal forest colours – and a seaside stroll to finish.

The walk highlights the value of the green belt for Liverpool City Region and reminds us how precious parks, nature reserves and woodland are as breathing spaces for both residents and, indeed, the earth itself.

Participants will need to wear boots or good trainers and appropriate clothing (including waterproofs if necessary). Please also bring a packed lunch or a snack and a drink. We will break for lunch in Royden Park, where toilets and teas and coffees should also be available. At the end of the route, there will be optional drinks and chat at the Kirby Tap pub.


Leisurely – mainly well-made paths but a few ups and downs too, as well as some potentially slippery and muddy sections. We will keep at a manageable pace to suit all attendees


The walk can be accessed either by train or by car. Full joining instructions will be sent to those registering.

Length: 7.7 miles / 12.4 km

Ascent: 643 feet / 196 metres

Walk start time: 11am

Number of people: up to 40

Booking method: By reserving your place on this Eventbrite page. The walk is open to all and there is no charge, but booking is essential.

Meet point and start location: West Kirby train station

Leader: Dr Andrew Read, assisted by CPRE volunteers.

COVID-19 notice

We will be taking additional steps to comply with the COVID-19 restrictions for “organised physical activities”. Please therefore follow all safety advice given by the walk leader, including the latest guidelines on physical distancing. For more information about COVID-19 on group walks, please see the guidance for walkers on the relevant pages of the Ramblers website.

Book your place here:

Wirral Walk Dr Andrew Read