1 Wedding Venues in Heswall found
Even though Heswall has been part of Merseyside since being removed from Cheshire’s control in 1974, a close look reveals that it remains in part at least spiritually an outpost of that latter, genteel county. In the Victorian era it was colonised by many merchants and professionals from across the Mersey because it was a healthier, cleaner, and soon more gentrified sort of place, and those qualities have not diminished much if at all since that time. To the west lies the Dee estuary and views over to the North Wales Coast; to the north the heathland of Thurstaston Common; and to the south Gayton Sands, so the town has an open and airy feel to it, those open spaces even echoed at its centre – albeit in a smaller way. It’s a prosperous district, too, within a Goldilocks distance of both Chester and Liverpool – far enough away to feel separate from them, near enough to make for easy commutes, so for couples from both those areas in particular it may have a particular attraction as a wedding venue – though with the Open golf being held a few miles away at Hoylake twice of late people from across the globe are starting to realise what a gem Heswall really is.