My Trip to England -the Wirral – West Kirby

If I lived in England I think West Kirby would be a good place to live! It’s beautiful, has a magnificent seashore and the Marine Walk is a great promenade for walking, socializing, feeling the sea breeze, sailing on the Marine Lake, a man-made lake, making it possible to even sail during low tide!

West Kirby is a town on the north-west corner of the Wirral Peninsula in Merseyside, England, at the mouth of the River Dee. To the north-east lies Hoylake, to the east Grange and Newton, and to the south-east Caldy. WIKIPEDIA.

  Getting ready to walk the promenade around Marine Lake.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

 Marine Lake is man-made and is large enough to hold sailing events,  sailboarding and many more water related activities including: canoeing, kayaking, and power-boating.

During low tide it is possible to hike to HILBRE ISLAND, a TIDAL ISLAND, meaning it’s important to time your visit just right or you may have to wait for the tide to change before geting back to land!

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