Places of Interest
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is a former European Capital of Culture and with its iconic waterfront, museums and galleries and excellent shopping facilities, it is a superb place to visit on a day trip from Southport.
beloved of the Romans and Samuel Johnson, is the historic county town of Cheshire. One of the many highlights of the city are the ‘Rows’ of double decked Tudor style shops which are unique to Chester.
is without doubt one of Britain’s most popular seaside resorts; with its world famous Tower, three piers, miles of golden sands and the spectacular Pleasure Beach, Blackpool has a vibrant atmosphere and a host of attractions for all ages.
is a city which offers a wonderful blend of the past, present and future, with fantastic shopping, award-winning museums and two premiership football clubs.
Formby Red Squirrel Reserve
is set amongst attractive pine woods, situated on one of the North West’s most spectacular coastlines and home to one of Britain’s last thriving colonies of red squirrel.
is a busy market town of Viking origins. The Parish Church of St Peter and Paul is interesting since it is one of only three in England to have both a tower and a spire. Ormskirk is also home to one of the oldest markets in Britain – the twice weekly market has been held here for more than 800 years.