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    Default New Brighton and Seacombe Promenades

    The transformation of one of Wirral's best-loved promenades is being celebrated.

    Improvements on the stretch along the Mersey between New Brighton and Seacombe have included the installation of new artwork and extra seating.

    On Sunday, residents were embarking on a guided walk from Seacombe ferry terminal to Vale Park.

    The walk, organised by the Friends of Vale Park, was being followed by a concert at the park's bandstand.


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    When I was there.. I went to Wirral, disembarked at Seacombe Ferry Terminal.. and thusly, started to walk into town.. I found it very desserted for a Saturday.. Not hardly anyone about at all.., except the tourist for the Beatles Fest... I mean Quite!! Like a Sunday morning.. but, it was Saturday...???????????

    I made it to the town Hall, and walked about.. even asked a local.. where is everyone.. sort of ghosttownish..? They just said a lot were moving away.. (I did see a lot of To LET) signs..

    I have seen many beautiful pics of Wirral on here.. and just wondered.. Was it only that part of Town that is a bit quite?

    Cause it looked like a lovely place.. I am happy something is being done to liven it up... Any pictures of this promenade from Wirral people would be lovely.. TA...

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    Quote Originally Posted by naked lilac View Post
    When I was there.. I went to Wirral, disembarked at Seacombe Ferry Terminal.. and thusly, started to walk into town.. I found it very desserted for a Saturday.. Not hardly anyone about at all.., except the tourist for the Beatles Fest... I mean Quite!! Like a Sunday morning.. but, it was Saturday...???????????
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