Wirral as a place to live and work
Wirral is situated in the North West of England. It has a stunning coastline and a beautiful countryside, making it a great place to live and work.
It offers 50 miles of rural walking routes, cycle areas and beaches. The Wirral Peninsula is bordered by two of Britain's most famous rivers, the Mersey and the Dee, running along its Eastern and Western coastline.
Excellent housing is available in nearby suburbs and there are a variety of top-performing schools including a choice of grammar schools. The University of Liverpool, University of Chester and Liverpool John Moores University are also within travelling distance.
There is also quality food and drink including Michelin Star dining and many tea rooms.
The area has an idyllic, serene landscape and is a delightful location for those who like to unwind with a round of golf, as it boasts 14 golf courses.
The busy cities of Liverpool, Chester and Manchester are within easy reach of the Wirral with excellent transport links. North Wales is also a close neighbour with its historic castles, beaches and the famous Mount Snowdon which is located in the breathtaking Snowdonia National Park. A range of national parks including the Peak District and Lake District are also easily accessible.
There are excellent transport links to Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport offering both budget and long-haul flights.
Wirral is also an area of rich history with many heritage buildings within its picturesque surroundings.