Wallasey


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Wallasey

(wŏl`əsē), city (1991 pop. 62,465), Wirral metropolitan district, W central England, on the tip of Wirral peninsula at the mouth of the Mersey River, in the Greater Manchester metropolitan area. Some industry exists, such as flour milling and ship repairing, but Wallasey is primarily residential. Nearby is New Brighton, a seaside resort.

Wallasey

 

a former city in Great Britain, in the county of Cheshire; situated in the estuary of the Mersey River. In 1974, Wallasey became part of the city of Wirral, in the metropolitan county of Merseyside. Population, 349,200 (1974).

Wallasey

a town in NW England, in Wirral unitary authority, Merseyside; near the mouth of the River Mersey, opposite Liverpool. Pop.: 58 710 (2001)
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WALLASEY FOLK & ACOUSTIC CLUB: Meet every Sunday, doors open 8pm for 8.
Beaten just once all season, Wallasey were entitled to anticipate another victory, however, it was a moment of sweet retribution for Williams' under-dogs as they came away with the win to reignite their outside chance of a top-two finish with six matches remaining.
In December 1928, to combat what was described in the Wallasey and Wirral Chronicle as "pitiful accounts of hardship and poverty" in the South Wales coalfields, a town meeting was called in Wallasey and a decision taken "with great enthusiasm" to adopt Ammanford.
Choosing to bat after winning the toss, confident Wallasey found the Hall's canny Pakistani spinner Arshad Khan waiting to strike as the experienced Test campaigner snapped up 4-40 off 20 overs, eight of them maidens.
Investigators sealed off Wallasey Docks link road to carry out detailed analysis of the carriageway where the 34-year-old was killed in October.
Inset) the Wallasey inter-league squad hoping to succeed at 2014 Merseyside Championships.
A mixture of poor shots and some excellent Wallasey bowling and fielding meant the hosts were dismissed for a moderate 150.
Between 10am and midday, Wallasey Docks link road will be closed from the M53 motorway to the roundabout where Wallasey Bridge Road and Poulton Bridge Road begin.
Wallasey ward has been held by Cllr Kate Wood since the inception of Wirral Council, following local government reorganisation in 1974, and retained by her with a massive majority of 2,129 in 2008.
THE Cheshire Cats: Rock 'n' Roll Group play live music every Wednesday at Wallasey British Legion Withens Lane, Liscard.
Organised and hosted by captain Paul Andrews, club members partnered the Royal Navy golfers in a competition which followed a visit to the ship and official reception for the Wallasey players.
Mrs Roberts, who began playing golf at local courses including the Warren and then, with more commitment, at Bryn Morfydd while visiting friends, joined Wallasey 15 years ago.