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MetiNews.Com - So much to offer on this small peninsula
Breaking News ! Considering it covers a relatively small geographical area, the Wirral peninsula certainly punches above its weight in terms of the attractions and beauty. Although very close in terms of distance to Liverpool, it has retained its own distinct identity and has quite a different feel from its famous neighbour across the Mersey. We asked you what you loved most about Wirral, and these were some of the replies we received. Elaine Wright said: "Being close to both the sea and beautiful countryside. Also plenty of history and culture close on hand too. Yes some parts that don't shine but problem areas everywhere. Overall its not a bad place to live." Dodferatu Pariah Orlok said: "New Brighton beach and prom are amazing on a sunny day. Love the place. So many hidden gems all over our peninsular." Victoria Park, Wirral is known for offering fantastic views of Liverpool (Image: Andrew Teebay/Liverpool Echo) Sammy Bromilow said: "Walking along the prom especially when your head is full of sadness, it most definitely helps. The waves, cold snappy weather and lovely views are awesome." Evelyn Rogansky said: "Having it all. Beaches, walks, shops and entertainment. In our current situation I'm grateful for having the water close by, helps you think." Liz Gorman said: "Having the coast, beautiful countryside, and a bustling city all on my doorstep..." Gerri Andrades said: "The coast... without a doubt. The countryside too.
... not to far from North Wales. Boats across to Ireland."
David Fulton said: "It's mostly the people of Wirral that make it special, not to mention the sea air, beaches, and green spaces." Ruth Whelan said: "The people, the scenery, the woodlands and beaches nearby. Moved out of area once, came back, won't be leaving again." Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up here . Mark Rooney said: "Being surrounded by water, would hate to live in a landlocked part of the country." John Davies said: "New Brighton front: crazy golf, bubbles, cinema, bars, restaurants, promenade, arcades, adventure land, little fair ground rides, bowling, laser quest and traditional fish and chips." Caitlin Copple said: "Fresh air at the seaside. Something you don't get in the city! I love coming home for summer as a uni student and going down to New Brighton for a walk."
Leasowe Lighthouse, on the Wirral
Jayne Young said: "Memories of spending school summer holidays visiting family, loved it." Sarah Jane White Oakes said: "Which ever direction you go there is so many things to see and discover." Keep up to date with what's happening in your area by adding your postcode below
Lindsay Frost said: "The countryside, mainly the trees. The colours in the Autumn never fail to blow me away." Andrew Biggs said: "Port Sunlight looks a gem of arts and crafts, village architecture and planning."
Houses in Port Sunlight Village
(Image: James Maloney/Liverpool Echo)
Jules Elaine Williams said: "Both beaches and countryside, Hilbre Island, or you can hop over to the city of Liverpool if you want." Ian John McDonough said: "Beaches, views, history, down to earth people. I don't regret moving here." Kevin Robert Ryan said: "Pubs and the Rovers."
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