Category Archives: Wild Flowers

A wildlife Safari close to home.

My walk this week was through the Hightown Dunes and Meadows situated just north of Crosby Coastguard Station. This small nature reserve stretches from the Hall Road Coastguard Station to the mouth of the River Alt and and within it … Continue reading

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Walking in a wildflower meadow.

Today I ventured just a couple of miles from home to visit the wildflower meadow in Rimrose Valley. Over the past couple of years wild flower seeds have been scattered to produce an amazing sight. There were many different species … Continue reading

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A cabbage in the dunes.

This week I went for a short stroll through Crosby Sand-dunes which stretch south from Crosby Baths to the boundary of Liverpool Freeport. The area consists of both mobile and fixed dunes and contains a wide variety of plant life. … Continue reading

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Natures Medicine Cupboard.

It’s almost the end of June and most of the wild flowers are in bloom. It was time for another stroll along the coast through the Hightown dunes and meadows to see what I could find. I was pleased to … Continue reading

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Cabin Hill Trail

My walk last week was once again a local one, venturing just a few miles up the coast. I started the walk from Formby Railway Station and after a short section of road walking I joined a path signposted Hightown. … Continue reading

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A stroll round Little Crosby.

It was a beautiful sunny afternoon so I went for a short walk round the walls of Little Crosby. Starting from Hall Road I followed the newly surfaced Dibb Lane heading for the village of Little Crosby. I then turned … Continue reading

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A stroll through the dunes.

Yesterday I went for a short stroll along the coast. Starting from Crosby Coastguard Station I headed north through the dunes. What would I see today? There were lots of wild flowers, mainly dandelions and daisies but there were quite … Continue reading

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A walk with nature.

On Friday afternoon I was back in Sefton village to retrace my steps on part of the walk that I had done earlier in the week. The stretch along the bank of the River Alt was very colourful with both … Continue reading

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A stroll through Rimrose Valley.

I am continuing to find local walks and this one is just a mile from home. This shallow valley which separates Crosby from Litherland features a variety of habitats, including Reed beds, damp meadow, dry grassland and willow-carr woodland. It … Continue reading

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A stroll round Sefton and the meadows.

My walk today started from The Punch Bowl pub in Sefton village and took me along the bank of the River Alt and through the surrounding meadows. Sefton is an historic village and its name is derived from the Old … Continue reading

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