Sefton

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Sefton

a unitary authority in NW England, in Merseyside. Pop.: 281 600 (2003 est.). Area: 150 sq. km (58 sq. miles)
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A separate lounge area is designed with ornamental columns and more floor-to-ceiling windows leading to the rear deck of the property, which overlooks the golf course and Sefton coast.
The Sefton Coast is of international importance for birds, and for its rare dune habitats and species.
A spokesman for Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership said: "The dune system is bone dry because of the heatwave and fire can race out of control alarmingly quickly with devastating consequences.
The Observer said: "Few parts of England are as blessed with wildlife as the Sefton Coast.
Sefton council's coastal defence team and colleagues from Edge Hill University have produced A Timeline of Sefton''s Changing Coastline, a one-off publication that explores how the Sefton Coast has changed over the last 22,000 years.
Epstein Theatre, Hanover Street, Liverpool, event The Viking Settlement of the Sefton Coast Paul Sherman will discuss the legacy of the Vikings along our coastline, including local Viking legends, place names, settlement distribution and archaeology.
The unique landscape and huge wealth of wildlife in Wirral, the Sefton coast and on the fringes of the city region is one of the area''s greatest assets.
'Few parts of England are as blessed with wildlife as the Sefton Coast' - highly-praised Formby beach has been hailed as among the best in the country
In Merseyside, we have SSSIs at Dee Estuary, Dibbinsdale, Hesketh Golf Links, Meols Meadows, Mersey Narrows, New Ferry, North Wirral Foreshore, Red Rocks, Sefton Coast, Stanley Bank Meadow, The Dungeon and Thurstaston Common.
A spokesman for Sefton Council said: "We have recently adopted the Sefton coast plan and are exploring a range of opportunities which capitalise on the fantastic facilities at Crosby Lakeside and the wider Crosby Coastal Park area.