Wallasey is the home of Wirral town hall and Wirral council's headquarters. The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, was founded in Wallasey in 1931 and the first passenger hovercraft service operated between Leasowe and Rhyl in the early 1960s. Neighbouring seaside resort New Brighton is famous for Fort Perch Rock, a defence site once known as the "little Gibraltar of the Mersey". World of Sport presenter Dickie Davies was born in Wallasey, as was former England and Lions star Austin Healey.
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Wirral News Group is available in two print editions (East and West) for the different sides of the borough.
Our East edition is circulated around Birkenhead and the West title goes out around Heswall. There are also print editions available to be picked up from locations across the area. An e-edition is also available for download to iPad.
The East edition is delivered to 24,962 homes and West goes to 28,095. There are 2,500 editions available for pick-up in Wallasey and a further 500 in Bromborough and Bebington.
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