Greasby is a small village/town in Wirral. It has a
population of about 15000 and dates back (at least) to Roman
times. It has four primary schools, (namely
Greasby Junior School, Our Lady of Pity Primary School
and Brookdale Primary School), three churches, (St. Nicholas'
Church of England, Our Lady of Pity Catholic Church, and
Methodist Church), and several pubs. These include The Greave
Dunning, The Cat, The Twelfth Man and The Coach & Horses. The
earliest known human settlement in Merseyside has been found at
dates from approximately 7000 BC. National Museums Liverpool
archaeologists excavated the site between 1987 and 1990. The
site was found during a programme of field walking.
In 2006, the Channel 4 television
programme Fat Pets identified
Greasby as the home of supposedly
the fattest cat in Britain. His name is Archie and he lives near
the Junior School. Channel 4's The Big Breakfast once visited a
Infant School, the front of which was painted like that year's
England World Cup shirt.
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