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Moreton is a town on the north coast of the Wirral and has a population of approximately 18,000 people

The coast at Moreton is part of a stretch of sand that runs from Meols to Leasowe known as Mockbeggar Wharf, named after Mockbeggar Hall, otherwise known as Leasowe Castle. (The name Mockbeggar apparently being an old sailors' term for a lone house.) The North Wirral Coastal Park also runs for four miles along this coast, including public open space, common land, natural foreshore and sand-dunes. The park provides for a wide variety of recreational activities, some of the more popular being: sailing, sea angling, swimming, cycling, picnicking, walking, jogging, ball games, bird watching and horse riding.

Some of the coastal land is in the Moreton conservation area and provides important natural habitat. The embankment gives a good view at low tide to see the a variety of wading birds. There are also good views of the Bidston Hill, Caldy Hill, the Welsh Hills, and out over the Irish Sea. Because of the sandbanks just offshore, Leasowe Lighthouse was built in 1763 and it is the oldest brick built lighthouse in England. It has been restored and is open to the public at times.

The town of Moreton itself has little of note, except a kidney-shaped roundabout, known as Moreton Cross, which acts as its focal point. Moreton is also known for being the home of the Burton's factory, producer of Cadbury's biscuits. Moreton is also the home of Manor Bakeries at Reeds Lane near to Leasowe Railway Station. This is the former Cadbury's Cakes Dept.


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Moreton  Shore


Take a 360 tour from Moreton/Leasowe shore cafe. A popular place to sit and eat a plate of fish & chips and enjoy a nice cup of tea. This cafe has been here for atleast 30 years that i know of.

Moreton  Shore Cafe


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