Minibus Tours - Coach Hire Wirral
People who are based in Wirral can take the opportunity to use Coach Hire Wirral to explore the enchanting town of St Helens. Nestled in between Liverpool and Manchester in the north western county of Lancashire, St Helens, founded in the 14th century, was named after an ancient chapel and boasts a myriad of historical attractions and lots of greenery. In addition, the hugely historic village of Newton-le-Willows is nearby, as is bustling Liverpool.
Unfortunately, the ancient chapel that gave St Helens its name no longer exists; the more modern early 20th-century church of St Helen is its replacement. The Windleshaw Chantry captures the limelight with respect to historic attractions in St Helens. The abbey was built in the mid-1400s by Sir Thomas Gerard, and it features beautifully landscaped grounds.
Another of St Helens’ prominent structures in the town centre is the 17th century Society of Friends Meeting House, the oldest building of its kind in Lancashire. Several quality museums and art galleries offer the visitor a chance to learn more about St Helens and the region.
For those who fancy their luck, St Helens has the excellent Haydock Park Racecourse, and there are many other options for leisure. Hotels and restaurants in St Helens are in abundance, and there is no shortage of traditional pubs and slightly livelier bars either.
While visiting the area, you can use your Coach Hire Wirral to take a closer look at nearby Newton-le-Willows, which is located just to the east of St Helens and is considerably older. Parts of Newton date back to the time of the Druids, with the ancient Castle Hill site coming to fruition around 55 BC. The great thing about arranging this type of trip is that the vehicle comes complete with a designated driver who will take care of all of your transportation needs throughout the day.