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Wallasey

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.

Angela Eagle, MP for Wallasey

Angela Eagle: I'd like to pay tribute to Hillsborough families

In her weekly column for Wirral News, MP for Wallasey Angela Eagle writes about the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster

Wirral: Twenty-year-old Katherine from Leasowe, a student at Wirral Met, volunteered to distribute eggs from Wirral egg run tribute ride.
Katherine (in pink sweatshirt) with children of Wallaseys Elleray Park School.

Egg Run deliveries light up faces across Wirral

Children's faces lit up when hundreds of chocolate eggs were delivered to Wirral schools and a hospital.

The cast at rehearsal.

Young Wirral actors shine in Annie production

Springboard Performing Arts put on two shows of the popular musical in Hoylake

Wallasey Central Library

Author to bring Greek detective to Wirral library

Wallasey Central Library will host the visit from the award-winning author of crime novels

Ness Gardens

Want to know what's on over Easter in Wirral? Here's our round up

Take a look at our round up of family-friendly events for Easter week

Steve Strowbridge

Your Gallery: Steve Strowbridge

The latest artist to feature is Liscard photographer Steve Strowbridge

Dave Maddock with four-year-old George Johnson.

Wirral runner clocks up the miles for Team George

Dave Maddock is running six half marathons to raise money for George Johnson's medical treatment in USA

Angela Eagle, MP for Wallasey

Angela Eagle: Wirral families finding it harder to cope

In her weekly column for Wirral News, MP for Wallasey Angela Eagle writes about the rising cost of energy bills

Sam Hunt

Your Gallery: Sam Hunt

The latest artist to feature is 20-year-old Sam Hunt from Wallasey

Protesters highlight the rise in Tunnel fees charged at Merseyside's two tunnels.
Photo by Gavin Trafford.

Tunnel campaigners disappointed after less than 30 people turn up for protest

Cost of travelling through Birkenhead and Wallasey tunnels rose by 10p to £1.70 today

Angela Eagle, MP for Wallasey

Angela Eagle: This is a failing government

In her weekly column for Wirral News, MP for Wallasey Angela Eagle writes about the cost of living crisis

More copies of Wirral News will be available throughout the borough

Now even more copies of Wirral News will be available for our readers

More than 90,000 copies of Wirral News will be in circulation every week

Ryan Lowe and James Wallace with year six pupils at Somerville Primary who had come out on top of Tranmere Rovers in the Communitys Wirral-wide seven-a-side competition

Tranmere players visit Wallasey school for special presentation

Wallace and Lowe were there to congratulate the winners of TRFC in the Community's seven-a-side competition

The Easter Bunny will be in attendance at the Claire House fundraiser in Liscard

Easter fundraiser for Claire House to be held in Wallasey

Claire's Cuties in Liscard holding two-day event to fundraise for children's hospice

Angela Eagle, MP for Wallasey

Angela Eagle: Small businesses are the backbone of our community

In her weekly column for Wirral News, MP for Wallasey Angela Eagle writes about business in Wirral

Julie Frost

Your Gallery: Julie Frost

The latest local artist to feature her work in Wirral News is 38-year-old Julie Frost, from Wallasey

Group Manager Paul Murphy

In the Neighbourhood: Firefighters highlight importance of working smoke alarms

Merseyside Fire & Rescue's Group Manager Paul Murphy writes in his fortnightly column for Wirral News

Pic Andrew Teebay. Teachers strike march from the Pier Head to St Georges Hall last year.

Wirral schools will close for a day as teachers walk out in a long-running row over pensions, pay and conditions

Widespread disruption expected despite many schools remaining partially open during Wednesday's strike

Angela Eagle, MP for Wallasey

Angela Eagle: David Cameron should back Labour’s plan for young unemployed

In her weekly column for Wirral News, MP for Wallasey Angela Eagle writes about unemployment

Bernd with Year 10 history students at St Mary's Catholic College

Rabbi who escaped Nazi horrors tells his story

The Jewish rabbi who fled Germany in 1939 visited a Wallasey school to talk about his life