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Nature & Outdoors

Time for the great outdoors

Southport is a excellent canvas if you love the great outdoors. The largest area of wild dunes left in Britain run along the coast and are home to plenty of wildlife.

May be you'll spot one of the elusive Natterjack Toads which make the dunes their home, or the endearing Red Squirrels as they scurry through the trees in the coastal pinewoods.

Spot one of the 300 different bird species recorded at Marshside bird watching area, or see the wildfowl on the flooded marshes in the winter.

Nearby Martin Mere Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust is a haven for wintering waterfowl and is home to a rare wildfowl collection. And in the February half term you can join in on their puddle jumping competition - that's what wellies were made for!

Get your bikes out and try one of the cycle routes through Southport or along the coast. Explore the different areas and try to spot some of the local flora and fauna - butterflies, Asparagus, Lapwings and swans to name just a few!

Love the beach in the summer? There are so many great beaches along the Southport and Sefton coast. Crosby beach where you can see the Anthony Gormley statues staring out to sea, Formby beach, which is a naturally beautiful beach, Ainsdale beach for water based sports and Southport beach for the pier and expansive views. All of these beaches will have families on the hottest days and walkers wrapped up on the coldest of days.

Farm life is never too far away from Southport either and a short drive means the kids can be feeding animals on a working farm in either Windmill Animal Farm or Farmer Teds. And once the summer comes to an end Farmer Teds gets ready for the nationally acclaimed Farmageddon Halloween event.

Blow the cobwebs away on Southport pier, the oldest iron pier in the UK. The views will take your breath away once you reach the Pavilion at the end. And let's not forget the parks in and around Southport, they are a haven of tranquility and the perfect setting for the whole family to enjoy some quality time.

The outdoor life goes beyond Southport and the coast is a tranquil place to stay. Dunes that go one forever, miles and miles of coast. This is the time to enjoy the British landscape, no matter what the weather.
  

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  1. Southport Halloween Festival

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    Southport Halloween Festival

    Southport

    Southport’s unique Halloween festival will be back for 2018, with more spookily good goings on than ever before

  2. Salfordian Hotel

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    Salfordian Hotel

    Southport

    The Salfordian Hotel is a Grade 2 listed building set in its own grounds overlooking Hesketh Park. Within easy reach of all local attractions and amenities, it has TV’s and tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms along with free wi-fi.

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    Price £45.00 Per person (breakfast included)
  3. The Atkinson

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    The Atkinson

    Southport

    The Atkinson is home for music, theatre, art, poetry, literature and history.

  4. Remedy

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    Remedy

    Southport

    Nestled in the heart of Southport town gardens sits Remedy, a perfectly placed retreat for those who enjoy life’s little pleasures. Remedy is an independent coffee house and gin bar created by Southport locals Sarah and Susannah.

  5. The Hungry Monk Ale House & Kitchen

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    The Hungry Monk Ale House & Kitchen

    Southport

    The Hungry Monk is located in the heart of Southport and is the ideal place to pop in for a coffee, cake, excellent sandwich or a main meal from the extensive menu.

  6. Queen's Jubilee Nature Trail

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    Queen's Jubilee Nature Trail

    Southport

    The Queens Jubilee Nature Trail is a wildlife haven in Southport. The site lies close to the town centre, and has a series of well laid out trails, information boards and picnicking areas.
    The site has changed greatly over the years. One hundred...

  7. Advocet

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    Marshside RSPB Bird Watching

    Southport

    There's something for everyone all year round at this delightful coastal reserve.

  8. The Courtyard, Tarleton

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    The Courtyard, Tarleton

    Preston

    The Courtyard is a brand new shopping destination offering great value for money and a genuine shopping paradise alongside one of the best restaurants around.

  9. Chapel Street

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    Chapel Street

    Southport

    For high street brands and national names start at Chapel Street adjacent to Lord Street.

  10. Meols Cop and Kew Retail Parks

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    Meols Cop and Kew Retail Parks

    Southport

    Visit Meols Cop and Kew Retail Parks, just outisde of Southport town centre. Here you'll find a variety of supersize stores including an Argos, B&Q and Homebase.

  11. Marine Retreat

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    Marine Retreat

    Southport

    A stylish elegant 3 bedroomed one bathroom apartment by Marine Lake

  12. George Egg: DIY Chef

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    George Egg: DIY Chef

    Southport

    Award winning comedian George Egg (the Anarchist Cook) returns with a brand new show demonstrating more live cooking and laugh-out-loud comedy

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    Price £12.00 to £14.00 Per Ticket
  13. St Helen's Church

    St Helen's Church

    Liverpool

    The church is the only Grade I listed building in the Sefton borough and dates back to 1170 when the chapel was built.

  14. Asiatique Restaurant & Bar

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    Asiatique Restaurant & Bar

    Southport

    Offering Thai and other authentic Asian dishes, with food prepared the traditional way.

  15. Andy Fairweather Low & The Low Riders feat. The Hi Riders Soul Revue

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    Andy Fairweather Low & The Low Riders feat. The Hi Riders Soul Revue

    Southport

    .Andy Fairweather Low came to prominence as the lead singer in Amen Corner. The 60s saw them clock up hit after pop hit. Songs such as ‘Bend Me Shape Me’, ‘Hello Suzy’, ‘( If Paradise is ) Half As Nice’ are internationally remembered to this day.

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    Price £25.00 Per Ticket
  16. Lord Street Gardens

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    Lord Street Gardens

    Southport

    Southport’s legendary Lord Street is not only known for its length of Victorian canopied shops but also for its stunning, landscaped gardens.

  17. Giovanni Pernice: Dance is Life

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    Giovanni Pernice: Dance is Life

    Southport

    Giovanni Pernice returns to The Atkinson and is ready to raise the temperature just a little bit more this time round!

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    Price £28.00 to £55.00 Per Ticket
  18. Adelphi Guest House Lounge

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    Adelphi Guest House

    Southport

    The Adelphi is only 100 yds from the Southport Theatre and Floral Hall Complex and only minutes from the Lord Street shops. It is ideal for holidaymakers, conference delegates and golfers and everyone is assured a warm welcome..

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    Price £34.00 to £56.00 Per person (breakfast included)
  19. Churchtown Village

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    Churchtown Village

    Southport

    Churchtown is a tranquil, historic village on the northern fringe of Southport and dates back to the Domesday Book. It's a designated conservation area with pretty thatched roof cottages that you'll notice as soon as you arrive.

  20. Birkdale Village

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    Birkdale Village

    Birkdale village is home to several restaurants and bars as well as a number of independent retailers, including a bridal shop, fusion art photographer and the Birkdale Cheese Centre. The village is just a five minute drive from Southport town centre