What's On

  • Set in Beautiful Parkland  
    Castle Park Arts Centre 

    Visit the historic town of Frodsham and enjoy three galleries, craft units, coffee shop ....

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  • 200,000 reasons to make a visit 
    Warrington Museum & Art Gallery 

    Natural sciences, antiquities, social history, decorative arts and an extensive local photographic archive ....

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  • Ladies Fashion Show and Pop Up Shop 
    25th Feb 2017 

    In aid of The NeuroMuscular Centre ....

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  • Friends of Anderton & Marbury Photographic Exhibition 
    Comberbach Memorial Hall 
    11th Mar 2017 

    Come and see the Exhibition of photographs submitted for FoAM’s Competition in 2016 ....

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  • Marbury Hall History Walk 
    Marbury Country Park 
    15th Apr 2017 

    Take a short walk around the area of Marbury Country Park where the great Marbury Hall once stood ....

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  • The King and I (Musical) 
    Grange Theatre 
    12th Apr 2017 - 15th Apr 2017 

    Mid Cheshire Musical Theatre Company present The King and I (Musical) ....

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Where to Visit

Leasowe

Virgin Voyager heads North

A Perfect Place to Visit

Mockbeggar Hall dates back to 1592.  It was built for Ferdinand, 2nd heir to the English throne, to allow him to watch horse racing on the Meols sands and provide accommodation for them to stay.  From 1910 to 1970 it was a convalescent home for injured railwaymen and now it operates as the Leasowe Castle Hotel..

Leasowe Lighthouse was built in 1763 and is the oldest brick-built lighthouse in Britain.  It was operational until 1908 and at that time had the only known female lighthouse keeper.  It is now the base for the ranger service of the North Wirral Coastal Park and houses a visitor centre that is occasionally open to the public.

Leasowe Recreation Centre opened in 1976 and has two swimming pools, a multi-activity sports hall, three squash courts and a fitness suite.

It was from the sea wall at Leasowe, on 20th July 1962 that the world’s first Hovercraft service began – between Moreton and Holyhead. The service only lasted until September, when the craft was damaged by heavy seas and withdrawn.

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