Sunday walkers – Otterspool

32 members of the Sunday Walkers group travelled by rail to St. Michaels station for a walk  to Liverpool’s Pier Head. Leaving the station we walked through Priory Woods and the old Garden Festival site and on to the waterfront. In warm sunshine and a light breeze we made the 3 miles along the promenade to the Pier Head around midday where we got a good view of Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth.

It was great to be out in great weather in good company.

The Friends of Sefton Park are providing a guided walk around the park for 35 of us next week followed by a meal in Lark Lane. Fingers crossed for a good day.

The Sunday Walkers group started with 3 and now has 50 members. Such a large group is just manageable but additional membership  is now closed..

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Stone age Sefton talk

We have had an offer of a free talk !  Any one interested please ?
I would be happy to book them for the Tech and Science group but could add others

I am reaching out to local groups in the area to offer introductory talks about the heritage project the Lancashire Wildlife Trust have at Lunt Meadows Nature Reserve in Sefton. We are currently running a heritage project about the site called the Mesolithic and Modern Life project, engaging visitors and local communities with the fascinating wildlife, stone age archaeology and water management techniques that we have on our nature reserve.

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