Liverpool news Woodland walk with sunken garden and views of the Mersey PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Those who live locally can visit during lockdown, or add it to your list of places to visit once restrictions ease

Liverpool news Woodland walk with sunken garden and views of the Mersey PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Those who live locally can visit during lockdown, or add it to your list of places to visit once restrictions ease

Liverpool news  Woodland walk with sunken garden and views of the Mersey PremierLeague-News.Com
21 February 2021 - 10:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! One thing many people are doing more of in lockdown is walking, but finding somewhere new to explore is the biggest challenge. Under lockdown rules people are allowed to leave home to exercise but this should be done close to home in your local area. Thankfully here on Merseyside we’re blessed with plenty of outdoors spaces perfect for getting your daily dose of fresh air and exercise. From parks and riverside walks, to beaches and nature reserves, we’re really spoilt for choice. One area that’s well worth a visit if you live close by - or if not, when the restrictions ease - is Woolton Woods and Camp Hill. Enter your postcode for the latest on coronavirus cases in your area: The area can be accessed at various entrances on High Street, School Lane, and Hillfoot Road in Woolton, with people able to park for free on the road side. The woods have plenty of paths to explore, with stretches that are suitable for pushchairs, and rambling trails if you don’t mind getting a bit muddy. There’s lots of secluded areas where the kids can build dens, climb trees or pretend they're on a bear hunt. Woolton Woods and Camp Hill park in Woolton.

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. Here you'll find a floral cuckoo clock and benches if you want to pause for a moment. Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up here. On the Camp Hill side of the woods, you can run around the vast green space that’s used by local football teams when lockdown restrictions aren't in place. At the top of Camp Hill you will get an impressive view of the River Mersey and the Welsh hills on a clear day. The floral cuckoo clock in Woolton woods If you want a longer walk, you could leave the woods on the High Street side and cross over into Woolton, where you can walk around the pretty village - practising social distancing of course. St Peter's Church Hall on Church Road is where the Beatles famously began, when Paul and John met at a church fete back in 1957. If you walk down Mason Street you will see the art deco Woolton Picture House and on Woolton Street is a shop dedicated entirely to cheese - the Liverpool Cheese Company. There are also a few local businesses open for collection if you fancy a takeaway coffee and cake, including One Percent Forest on Allerton Road and Appebite on Woolton Street.

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