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Barbie

Interesting Link

http://www.marriott.co.uk/hotelwe...pllp/pdf/History%20of%20LPLLP.pdf
Lizzie

Excellent link Barbie..lots of stuff I was not aware of..thanks for posting it Cool
Alice

Just noticed this link Barbie, very interesting indeed, thank you!
Barbie

Thanks girls, it was a good find.

Alice, you mentioned Thursaston to me last summer, the info about it on that link has made decided to go there just as soon as the weather is decent enough and I am not too busy with work or making cakes for birthdays....I really, really want to visit the place. I have no recollection of having ever gone there as a child with my parents. What a little gem of a place to be missed! I often take the bus to Heswall, so all I do is alight at the right place and it is about 20 mins walk to it.

Cheers.
Alice

Barbie wrote:
Thanks girls, it was a good find.

Alice, you mentioned Thursaston to me last summer, the info about it on that link has made decided to go there just as soon as the weather is decent enough and I am not too busy with work or making cakes for birthdays....I really, really want to visit the place. I have no recollection of having ever gone there as a child with my parents. What a little gem of a place to be missed! I often take the bus to Heswall, so all I do is alight at the right place and it is about 20 mins walk to it.

Cheers.


Yes Barbie, you will enjoy it on a nice day.  You get off the bus at the 'Cottage Loaf' pub and you can also walk along Thursaston rocks which is on the same side of the pub, just a little before the pub, although best to have someone with you as it can be less crowded.
Barbie

By that do you mean it's a bit lonely walking just there Alice? I did wonder as it seems like it's just hedgerows and not much else.
Alice

Barbie wrote:
By that do you mean it's a bit lonely walking just there Alice? I did wonder as it seems like it's just hedgerows and not much else.


Barbie, I have been on google street view to have a look as it is a while since I have been.  The entrance to the rocks has changed and more wooded.  I wouldn't go there on my own but you should be alright going on a busy day to the country park as usually there would be people walking or driving down as we did.
Barbie

Ok thanks Alice, I didn't think of checking it out on google maps.

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