Sefton Park Meadows Under Threat From Development

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Whether you use it as a training space for running or as an area to relax to enjoy the sun (whenever possible) Sefton Park is a feature well known to any student studying in Liverpool. Stunning Sefton   Sefton Park is a beautiful Grade I listed green space and covers an area of over 200 acres. It was originally purchased in 1867 and designed as More...

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