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Guided Walks and Events


Richie the Ranger

Guided Walks & Events

January 2020


 Thursday 2nd January 1.00 pm

New Year Ramble

An opportunity to shake off those cobwebs as we go on a historical ramble through Sefton Park. This hour and a half walk discovers the fascinating history and features of this beautiful Victorian Park. Meet at the Lake Car Park, Opp Aigburth Vale Entrance into Sefton Park.  £ 2.50 per person

Tuesday 7th January 1.00pm

Saints, Sinners and Holy Places

A city centre walk that discovers the history of St Georges Hall (Saints) Lime Street (Sinners) and the beautiful St John’s Gardens (Holy Places)

A fascinating insight into this historic quarter

(Easy, some Steps) Meet between the two lions, St Georges Hall Plateau, Lime Street

£2.50 per person

Thursday 9th January 1.00pm

Oxton Village History & Heritage Part 1

Join us as we explore this beautiful village to discover its fascinating history, architecture and buildings and its quirky tales Meet St Saviours Church junction of Talbot Road and Gerald Road, Prenton. £2.50 per person (Part Two next month)

Next Walk Monday 20th January Due to Holidays

Monday January 1.00pm

A Historical Discovery of The Liverpool Medical Institute

 Only limited places for this exclusive escorted tour of the Liverpool Medical Institute. Discover the fascinating story of this world leading Institute.

Allow two hours for this event. Booking only. Limited to 15 spaces.

£4.00 per person includes afternoon tea and refreshments

Tuesday 21st January 1.00 pm

Dingle Delights & The Ancient Chapel of Toxteth

Join us as we discover parts of this fascinating area. We will also have the opportunity to visit to the Ancient Chapel of Toxteth and the fabulous ornate, Turner Home. Meet outside Macdonalds on Aigburth Road.

 £ 2.50 per person

Thursday 23rd January 12.00 noon

Medieval Chester, Ghosts, Mysteries & History’s

A fascinating tour of the city, ideal for a chilly winters day, which discovers tales of ghosts, mystery and history of this ancient city.

Booking only. Limited to only ten.

Please take note: Only for the energetic walker as there are a lot of steep steps and a fair amount of walking.

Cost of tour is £ 4.00 per person

Saturday 25th January 1.00 pm

The Story Behind the Streets

A historical journey back in time to discover the original Seven Steerts of Olde Liverpool and their amazing tales. Booking only Places Limited.

To book email

Tuesday 28th January 1.00pm

St Michaels Hamlet & the Cast Iron Shore

This delightful hamlet was built in 1815 by Iron founder John Cragg. This walk discovers the history of the area, from ancient monks to modern day, the original cast iron houses, the beautiful cast iron church and we unfurl the true origin of the cast iron shore. Meet at St Michaels Railway station, St Michaels Road L17 7BJ £2.50 per person

Thursday 30th January 7.00pm

In the bleak Mid-Winter

Put on your warmest clothing, scarf, gloves and a hat. Bring a torch and brave the cold, bleak winter weather for a walk with a difference as we visit Sefton Park on a dark, wintery night. We will experience the dark tranquillity of the lake, the nocturnal sounds of the wildlife, the magical beauty of the Palm House by torchlight and we may even see the Ghost of Sefton Park (who knows) Meet at Lake Car Park. Opp Aigburth Road entrance to the Park L17 4JE Warming refreshments available at The Sefton Park Hotel    £ 2.50 per person

If you require a speaker for your group, wish to arrange a guided walk, to be placed on my email contact list or for any other information

Ring 07850 239 411 or email:

Thursday 19th December 1.00pm

In Search of Liverpool Icons ( & Santa ??? )

A city centre walk that discovers some of our iconic landmarks, learning their history and involvement in Liverpool Life. In addition, we finish with a visit to

Blacklers GIANT Santa before his busy night Meet outside the Adelphi Hotel,

 £2.50 per person

Friday 20th December 1,00pm

The History of Our Christmas Traditions

A festive walk that discovers the origins of our Christmas traditions. Who pulled the first Christmas Cracker, who sent the first Christmas card, why do we eat mince pies at Christmas…. These and a lot more traditions will be explored on this delightful walk.

Meet Mansion House, Calderstones Park

£2.50 per person



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