is a densely populated coastal county, lots
of people, spirit, humour, lots to see -
from land and air.
is located towards the northern edge of
the Merseyside conurbation. Much of Maghull
consists of residential property, including
many estates of semi-detatched and detached
houses built between the 1950s and 1970s.
There are also many schools (which also
receive pupils from surrounding areas) and
business, retail, and other office premises.
Maghull is close to Sefton, Netherton, Aintree
(to the south), Melling, Melling Mount,
and Kirby (to the
(to the north) and Lunt (to the west).
Maghull, together with neighbouring areas
north of Liverpool (such as Sefton, Aintree,
Melling and Kirby) used to be popular for
day-trips from Liverpool in the 1940s and
1950s when much of this area was still relatively
rural. As Liverpool extended north these
areas became more densely populated.
If you're lucky enough to enjoy a balloon
ride in this area you'll be able to try
to identify streets, schools, and other
familiar landmarks from the air. Potential
take-off and landing sites may include playing
fields, parks, and arable land in the Lydiate
area (when crops are not growing).
to buy a flight voucher online.