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10 ways to stay Covid safe in Southport

Southport is full of wide open spaces you can stay covid safe during local, regional and national lockdown restrictions.

From walking along the 22 miles of coast, shopping along the wide pavements of Lord Street, or stopping for a bite to eat in our restaurants, cafes and bars.

Same households & bubbles can enjoy their daily exercise in Southport. We have so much space you can socially distance and enjoy the coast!


Here are 10 ways you can enjoy Southport and still stay Covid safe!


Walk the Nutcracker Trail

12 Nutcrackers have popped up around Southport - but where are they? Download a trail leaflet, find the Nutcrackers and enter the competition to win a Ipad mini!


Go and see the Christmas Tree

We know the festive season lead up is a little different this year but that doesn't stop you enjoying the Christmas lights across the town and Christmas Tree on the Town Hall Gardens.


Search for a Red Squirrel

Keep weekends jam packed with outdoor activity, where you can daily exerise and keep the kids entertained. In Formby Pinewoods they can go exploring in the woods and search for a Red Squirrel or fly a kite on the beach. The space is breathtaking and there is plenty of it to stay safe!


Explore our Parks and Gardens

Beautifully landscaped and luscious green parks and themed gardens - all excellent cavasses for a spot of walking and stretching those legs!


Take a selfie!

Head to Crosby beach and see the art installation 'Another Place', by Antony Gormley. Often dressed up, at times in red or blue, they are a selfie taking magnet!


Get the bikes out and go for a ride

There are so many different cycle routes in Southport, you can enjoy the different landscapes from coast to countryside, take your own bike or hire one from the Eco Centre. It's also a great way to stay active and keep the kids busy!

 


Explore miles and miles of Dunes

Search for the Natterjack Toads which make the dunes their home, or 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.

There is plenty to do and keep the kids entertained whilst keeping safe.


Take in a bit of History

Southport has plenty of history and because they are outdoors you can be socially distanced and remain Covid safe.

Look around and follow a History & Heritage trail to uncover local history.


Follow one of our walking routes

And delve deeper in to the coast, discover the nature as you wander through countryside. The whole of Sefton can be discovered through a number of walking routes which include Freshield and Formby, Lydiate, Ince Blundell, Sefton Village.

Enjoy the great outdoors & stay safe!


Eat Fish & Chips 

Whilst restaurants are closed, takeaway options are still available. Wrap up warm and enjoy traditional seaside grub - fish & chips, plus the most stunning sunset!