Around Willaston Village North

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This circular walk takes a nice easy route round the north of the village, with a pause to inspect the old windmill. Partly urban but mainly rural, the route takes you along a few streets to the delightful walk across the meadows and in spring there should be daffodils here. There are no stiles, and the kissing-gates are in good order. The quaint set of steps up to the footpath by the garage is interesting and so is the old mill along the lane; you can read the details about it in 'Additional Info' below. Your return across the recreational ground is also very pleasant and in summer you may be interested in stopping to look at the dragonfly pond at the left corner of the field.

This walk is suitable for teenagers, senior citizens and anyone in-between. It's also good for dogs and a challenge for buggies, but unsuitable for wheelchairs. Suitable footwear will be anything stout and flat-soled as the paths are not likely to be muddy. There should be no problems with wearing shorts. There are refreshments at Aston's Café near the end of your walk, opposite the church, (see photo on the right) and toilets at The Nag's Head. You can purchase light snacks at Martins grocery or the Spar, also opposite the church. Pollards Inn is next to the car park and if you time your walk carefully you will be able to enjoy a nice drink and/ or a meal there. They also have a B&B service, to book a room or a meal phone 0151-327-4615.

England - North England - Cheshire - Wirral


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Good for Kids, Mostly Flat, Pub, Public Transport, Restaurant, Toilets, Wildlife

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