Oldfield Chase & Gayton Chase are both high quality developments nestled in the prestigious village of Heswall. With excellent local amenities, thriving community spirit and easy access throughout Wirral, Chester and Liverpool. Heswall is a town with its own unique charm, bustling with local boutique shops, cafes and beauty salons. Boasting a wealth of schools for all ages including St Peter’s C of E Primary School, Heswall and Gayton Primary Schools. There are superb recreational facilities close by including Heswall Golf Club, Heswall Football Club and Squash Club. An established network of roads including the M53 and M56 motorways afford commuting links to major centres of employment in the North West.
West Kirby Marine Lake
This fantastic outdoor sports facility is a popular spot for windsurfers who enjoy gliding around the marine lake which makes for a wonderful sight to behold when taking a stroll along the promenade. You must check tide times though, as the walkway can be partially submerged, nevertheless this bracing walk takes around 20 to 30 minutes to circumnavigate. There is views over to Hillbre Island and North Wales.
This famous tidal island is a fantastic location for walking, perfect for spotting rare and endangered wildlife. The islands are an archipelago, and one of only 42 in total 43 unbridged tidal islands in the UK that can be reached by foot from the mainland. You must go at low tide, as on high tide it’s completely unaccessible. The passing of each season sees different plants and animals inhabiting the island. It is a sanctuary for seals, birds and rare flowers. There are also some impressive rock formations.
Wirral Country Park
A huge green space which is fantastic for picnics, games with the kids, a walk or kite flying. it’s touted as the best place on the peninsula for a peaceful time in an open space. Locals also like to come here for barbecues, with large fire pits available for public use. Dogs are welcome in the park on leads, so it’s the ideal spot for a day out with all the family. There is also restaurants and shops not too far away. If you fancy a little adventure, you can even take the path down to the beach.
A model village and suburb of the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, Merseyside. It’s located between Lower Bebington and New Ferry on the Wirral Peninsula. It was built by the Lever Brothers in order to accommodate workers in it’s soap factory, construction begin in 1888. The village is famous for it’s distinctive architecture and pleasant, vibrant community. It’s home to The Lady Lever Art Gallery which hosts a varied collection of modern and classical art, including furniture, painting, sculptures and Ceramics. It’s also home to a theatre, and a popular pub. A recent addition is river park which has a great view of Liverpool’s waterfront.
A city famous for music, cuisine, nightlife, culture, history and sights – Liverpool really does have it all! Not to mention it’s just across the fabled Mersey River, just a short drive or train journey away. Perhaps well known internationally as the hometown of the Beatles, indisputably the most famous band in the world. However, other aspects of the city should not be overlooked. The town-centre is one of the most bustling and brilliant with a varied high street of big clothing stores and small curiosity shops. There are also a fantastic range of restaurants, bars and pubs to go and enjoy.