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Wallasey is a town in the Borough of Wirral, which is in the county of Merseyside. Positioned at the mouth of the River Mersey, on the corner of the peninsula, Wallasey is a mainly residential town and is divided into seven parts. These parts contain a number of major landmarks including the likes of Wallasey Village, St. Hillary’s Church, Vale Park and New Brighton Promenade, which is the longest promenade in the whole of the UK. A number of famous people have called Wallasey home over the years, including Frank Doel, Raymond Moore, Graham Stark, Michael Carson, Ray Stubbs and Jay Spearing. Another major landmark that can be found here is the New Brighton Lighthouse, which sits on Perch Rock.
The town is home to store and office space that is occupied by a variety of different companies such as financial advisors, builders & building material suppliers, business consultants and accounting firms. There are also event management companies as well as healthcare service providers and landscape architects that operate from the town. Renroh Engineering and Mcplant Maintenance have offices in the area as does Clement Installations Ltd.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Wallasey has a variety of entertainment options to suit everyone’s tastes. The Floral Pavilion Theatre hosts a variety of stage productions throughout the year while Light Cinema has the latest flicks for movie-fans. Leasowe Castle hosts a variety of shows and events that involve the audience, from murder mystery events to ghost nights and comedy shows. The restaurants in Wallasey have quite a wide array of choices when it comes to cuisine. There is Indian food on offer at Magic Spices and Tandoori Mahal while Vino Vino serves up Italian cuisine with a modern touch. Soft Rock Café serves flavoursome Mexican cuisine and there is a distinct modern British touch to the food at Café Sage.
Wallasey Village, Wallasey Grove and New Brighton railway stations serve the town along the Wirral Line. The Kingsway Tunnel links the town to Liverpool while the M53 and M56 also run through the area. This provides convenient links for drivers and users of ground transport such as buses and taxi services. Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport are the closest links to international air-travel near Wallasey.