The Friends of Hilbre was formed in 2001 and its membership is approximately 150. Its intention is to help the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral maintain the beautiful islands of Little Eye, Middle Eye, and Hilbre and the surrounding foreshores.
Hoylake beach has SSSI (site of special scientific interest) status and is one of Britain's finest birdwatching venues. Join the rangers, Dee Estuary Voluntary Wardens and the RSPB to see the large numbers of wading birds at High Tide at the end of the King's Gap/North Parade.
The Hilbre Islands Local Nature Reserve is contained within the Dee Estuary on the north west coast of England.
U3A is a learning cooperative of older people that enables members to share many educational, creative, and leisure activities. The Third Age refers to the period of time after the First Age of childhood dependence and the Second Age of full-time employment and parental responsibility.
Hoylake and District Civic Society was formed in 1946. Its aims are to protect and improve the district's environment, architectural heritage, open spaces, coastline, and flora and fauna. The Society has links with the Wirral Society and is affiliated to the Civic Trust.
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