Where we are and what we do

Grange Hill occupies the north-western end of the sandstone ridge which rises behind West Kirby on the Wirral (Northwest UK).   From its summit there are spectacular views of the River Dee to the Welsh hills beyond and across the Mersey Bay.  On a clear day the visitor may see Snowdon, The Isle of Man and Blackpool – this is the best panoramic view on the Wirral peninsula. What makes Grange Hill a special place is the Grade II listed war memorial and a garden of remembrance that the Friends are continually rediscovering.

The Friends of Grange Hill are a community group recognised by Wirral Borough Council and work with local rangers and a team lead in managing Grange Hill, and caring for the War Memorial and its associated memorial garden.

Name: Grange Hill
Address: Lang Lane, West Kirby, Wirral
Post code for satellite navigation: CH48 5HG
Grid Reference: 321901 387143 OS Grid Reference: SJ 21905 87146 Primary classification: Natural and Semi Natural Green Space
Ward: West Kirby & Thurstaston
Size: 9.43 ha or 24 acres