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The town of Wallasey sits on the River Mersey and the northern tip of the Wirral Peninsula.
Wallasey has good road links as it’s really close to the M53, and the Kingsway Tunnel connects the town directly to Liverpool, going under the River Mersey. There are three train stations in the area; Wallasey Village, Wallasey Grove Road, and New Brighton, each with regular services to Liverpool (every 15 minutes) and Chester. There are regular bus services throughout the area too.
The main shopping area for Wallasey is in Liscard, with Cherry Tree Shopping Centre and a parade of shops too. These both have a mix of independent stores as well as national high street chains.
The area has plenty of coffee shops, cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs, providing something for various budgets and covering a range of cuisines.
Wallasey has excellent local amenities, including a hospital, GP practices, pharmacies, a post office and a library.
Central Park is right in the heart of Wallasey. Across its 50 acres of land, there are sports pitches, cafés and a walled garden.
The local beach is in New Brighton, and there’s plenty going on here, with great places to eat and drink. There’s also a leisure and shopping complex that has a cinema and theatre.
There are a few famous faces linked with the area; The Beatles are said to have played some of their early gigs at the Grosvenor Ballroom in Liscard, and Paul Hollywood was born and grew up in Wallasey.
Wallasey is a town on the Wirral Peninsula, on the mouth of the River Mersey. Home to a beautiful coastline, picturesque villages and stunning countryside, the Wirral has much to offer and is within easy reach of Liverpool and Chester. When looking across the river from Wallasey, you can see the beautiful Liverpool Waterfront.
Wallasey has good road links as it’s really close to the M53, and the Kingsway Tunnel connects the town directly to Liverpool, going under the River Mersey. There are three train stations in the area; Wallasey Village, Wallasey Grove Road, and New Brighton, and these provide regular services to both Liverpool (every 15 minutes) and Chester. There are regular bus services throughout the area too.
There are plenty of primary schools throughout Wallasey, including Greenleas Primary School (which has a good Ofsted rating) and Liscard Primary School (which has an outstanding Ofsted rating). There are several secondary schools, too, such as Oldershaw Academy. Weatherhead High School is a single-gender girls academy school with a mixed-gender sixth form college, and The Mosslands School is a boys school, covering ages 11-18 years.
The Liscard area is home to the Cherry Tree Shopping Centre, with a parade of shops made up of independent stores and national chain brands. There’s a New Look, Primark, Iceland, Home Bargains and many more in the area.
Local coffee shop, Community Soul, serves delicious coffee, tea and cakes, and aims to bring the community together. It hosts regular events, including live music nights.
There’s plenty of delicious restaurants in the area including The Poseidon Restaurant, which serves traditional Greek cuisine. There’s also Paneer Indian Restaurant Wallasey, Koko Noodle and Tuk Tuk Thai, among many others. Wallasey and the surrounding areas have a great nightlife with bars and pubs including The Cheshire Cheese, The Scrap Yard and The Farmers Arms.
Wallasey has all the life essentials including Victoria Central Hospital and plenty of GP practices in the area. It also has its own Post Office and a local library.
The area has a blend of outdoor spaces, from lush green parks to coastal views. Central Park is in the heart of Wallasey and has 50 acres of beautiful land. There are cricket pitches, football pitches and multi-use games area, as well as a walled garden and a café. At the coast, New Brighton beach has golden sands and great views of the Liverpool skyline. Marine Point is a leisure centre in New Brighton with restaurants and cafes, as well as shops, a theatre and a cinema.
Wallasey’s not short of claims to fame. The Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood was born in Wallasey, and it’s thought that the local Grovesnor Ballroom in Liscard played host to one of the earliest Beatles gigs.