Sefton Coastal Walk 14th February

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Isle of Man Steam Packet RORO Ferry. Convective Cloud system over Douglas. Photographed from Crosby Coastguard Station on the route.

A guided walk along Sefton’s historic coast takes place tommorrow afternoon stating at Crosby lakeside Adventure Centre and terminating at Hightown station for return on the train if desired. I’d walk back myself. The walk is approximately four and a half miles and should take 2 –  3 hours. More details below

High Tide is at 13:40.

Wind forecast 16mph Onshore (from the West)

Temp 6 -8C

Sunset 17:21

Heritage & Health Walk, Crosby-Hightown, Thursday 14th February

Meet at Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre at 1.30pm, the walk will be fairly flat, along sandy paths through the dunes, along the beach and down the promenade, so good shoes or boots are recommended.

Please telephone 0151 934 2964

or email 

landscape.partnership@sefton.gov.uk for more information.

SEFTON’s NATURAL COAST WEBSITE

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