410 Leasowe Lighthouse

How do you walk in circles, but not end up in the same place? The answer is by climbing the spiral staircase to the top of Leasowe Lighthouse. With 130 steps it seems a very long way, but from the lamp room there's a magnificent view over Liverpool Bay. The last keeper was Mrs Williams, who had thirteen children and after the lighthouse ceased to function in 1908 she served teas to visitors. So as you climb the cast-iron steps remember Mrs Williams - the first lady lighthouse keeper in the country.

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LOCATION: Wirral
START: From M53 Junct 2 follow A551 through Moreton, keep straight on to Leasowe Common car park, toilets
Grid ref: SJ257915 Postcode: CH463SY
DISTANCE: 5 miles or as short as you like
GRADE: Easy
TIME: 2.5 hours
MAP: Explorer - Wirral & Chester Landranger 108
NOTE: Lighthouse opening times
REFRESHMENTS: Car park snack bar
EN ROUTE: Mockbeggar Wharf


This walk was originally published by
The Manchester Evening News

   
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