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  • A Great Family Day Out in Cheshire 
    National Waterways Museum 

    Extensive in-door displays, boat trips and historic buildings where time slows down and history comes to life ....

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  • It's a Fantastic Day Out 
    Chester Zoological Gardens 

    Visit Chester Zoo and see over amazing 11,000 animals including some of the most exotic and endagered animals in the world ....

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  • Explore the History of Chester 
    Grosvenor Museum 

    The Grosvenor Museum houses collections exploring the history of Chester, its art and silver heritage, and its natural history ....

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  • Manchester 100 Bike Ride 
    13th Sep 2015 

    Passing through Delamere Forest on the way to Nantwich ...

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  • Northwich Business Networking 
    Blue Cap 
    19th Aug 2014 - 11th Aug 2015 

    Join Northwich BNI and other Local Businesses to help build your business locally ...

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  • What Became of the Red Shoes? 
    Barnton Memorial Hall 
    12th Apr 2015 

    "What Became of the Red Shoes" by the Relative Pitch Group....

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Bebington

Frequent Merseyrail Service

A Perfect Place to Visit

Above the door of Christ Church in Higher Bebington, where you might expect to see a figure of a saint, there’s what the locals call the Devil’s footprints. In fact, they are fossil prints dating back around 250 million years. The stone was quarried at nearby Storeton, which in its day produced more such footprints than anywhere else on earth.

The Oval offers the most extensive range of sporting activities of any single facility on Wirral. The sports centre includes two swimming pools, a multi-activity sports hall, squash courts aprogressive fitness suite. The complex also contains outdoor facilities such as the athletics stadium, an artificial grass pitch, grass pitches, porous play areas, an artificial ski slope and tennis courts.

The centre plays host to many of Wirral and Merseyside's major sporting events and was used in the film ‘Chariots of Fire’ to act as the location for the Olympic Games. The Woodside Ferry Terminal also featured in the film as the channel port.

Close to Bebington is the Lady Lever Art Gallery and the Port Sunlight Museum and Garden Village.

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