Around Willaston Village South

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This short circular walk is a very pleasant on a summer day with very attractive scenery along most of the route. Adfelent Lane is shown in the photo and in early spring you will be able to enjoy bluebells or daffodils at several places on the route. The route is flat all the way and the ancient Fernyess Lane is now a tree and shrub lined old footpath for most of its way and very enjoyable; and if you are lucky, you may be able to spot a few squirrels here.

Young children may find it boring; but teenagers, senior citizens, and anyone in-between should find it excellent exercise. The walk will also be good for dogs as there are no longer any stiles to climb over, but still impossible for wheelchairs and buggies. Suitable footwear will be anything flat soled, but in winter and if there have recently been periods of rain some paths could be very muddy in places so boots would be recommended. There should be no problems for anyone wearing shorts. There are refreshments and toilets at the Pollards Inn - next door to the car park and if you time your walk carefully you will be able to enjoy a nice drink and/or a meal at the end. They also have a B&B service. To book a room or a meal phone 0151 327 4615. There are more toilets at the Nags Head Pub in the centre of the village, also a café, and you can purchase light snacks at Martins grocery or the Spar opposite the church. You will find a bench seat on the Wirral Way towards the end of the walk.

England - North England - Cheshire - Wirral


Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Pub, Public Transport, Toilets, Wildlife
5/26/2023 - Pamela Hughes

This walk, when we did it at the end of May, was very overgrown in places and over one field the terrain was very uneven, which you could not see because of the overgrown grasses, etc. I should think this would be a better walk done during the winter months when vegetation had died off.

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