Open: Open All Year -Address: Prescot Road Melling Maghull Liverpool Merseyside L31 1AL -Number of Pitches: 5 -Facilities: Electric Hookups, Fully Serviced Pitches, Dogs Permitted, Chemical Disposal (On Ciao since: 01/2010)
Advantages: free entry, donations at visitor's discretion, Hornby grave nearby, well looked after Disadvantages: no cafes etc, steps may be awkward, visits may have to be arranged
...the chapel?s history. I don?t know whether talks are available to everyone, but it would be worth asking in advance if you wanted a bit of extra information.
Through The Mists Of Time
It?s supposedly the oldest place in Maghull, and also the oldest ecclesiastical building in Merseyside (which, of course is a much newer county than Lancashire, which Maghull was once classed as). Due to improvements...
Advantages: New fleets for new routes, and the majourity of the older buses repainted if not completely refurbished both inside and out., Lots of new training buses, whih mean more employment and better services., Improvment to local travel as a whole. Disadvantages: High fares for all services (although I hope these are only to cover short term losses and will be reconcidered when all services are stable). No change what-so-ever on the already shambolic train front. Bad customer relations when it comes to info.
...Arriva took over from Merseyside Travel Limited (MTL) in early 2000. This was seen as a lifeline to the laughing stock of the North’s bus services. Delays, high fares, buses that turned up only when the company had enough money to fill them with petrol, dirty vehicles and millions of pounds of debt put off generations of people off public buses and into their cars which caused many pr...