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This stunning park is home to the Calder Stones, ancient megaliths that are said to be older than Stonehenge. There is a cafe, shop, ice cream parlour, mansion house, lake, fields, woodland and beautiful Japanese and old English gardens. The Reader organisation is based here and hosts many events…
Our favourite local park within 10 minutes walking distance. Great for kids and an ice cream.
A stunning 94 acre family park with woodland, lake and fields, botanical and historical interest, walled and sensory gardens, picnic area, playground, lake, gallery plus cafe.
One of Liverpool’s most popular public parks, Calderstones is named for the six Neolithic sandstone boulders found here. They are believed to have formed part of a druidical circle that is older than Stonehenge. The park is also home to a 1000 year old oak tree.
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