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Woolton has retained an old world charm that is surprising in such a large city as Liverpool. Small shops nestled in back streets and alleyways, a small cinema and St Peter's Church Hall, where John met Paul.
People who live in and around Woolton (which was once quite separate from Liverpool but has now been swallowed up by the suburbs) still think of it as a village and call it that - as do the folk of Gateacre village just down the...更多
Not the same as it used to be. Too much traffic, it has really gone down the pan. It's very commercial. My birthplace & childhood home is not the beautiful, quaint village it was. Too many property developer's throwing new residences and flats up some...更多
You have to call into woolton village club right in the middle of the village on a Saturday to experience the entertainment and freindly welcome. if you want to listen to some great live music for different tastes and all ages, games including bingo and...更多
Woolton Village is a fascinating mix of interesting shops, pretty cafes and popular restaurants. There is so much history too and lots of green space to walk the dog or picnic when the weather permits. Visitors would be well advised to do a little research...更多
Went for a stroll around the village whilst looking for somewhere to have lunch. We explored all of the backstreets with lots of little mews cottages. There are many lovely houses and buildings made out of the local sandstone . It was a very pleasant...更多