Green Flag Awards in Wirral


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Green Flags are an international award that recognise the good quality parks and green spaces with each of the sites recognised for having good environmental standards, being well maintained and providing clean and safe visitor facilities.

In Wirral, we are lucky to have a large number of parks and green open spaces to enjoy and interact with nature and many of these have been awarded with a Green Flag.

Across the borough, we have 29 Green Flags to recognise the dedication of parks and countryside staff, as well as Friends Groups and members of the public who volunteer their time and effort, to make improvements to these important areas.

The areas that have been awarded with a Green Flag are:

  • Ashton Park
  • Bidston Hill
  • Birkenhead Park
  • Brotherton Park and Dibbinsdale Local Nature Reserve
  • Central Park (Wirral)
  • Coronation Gardens
  • Dawstone Park
  • Eastham Country Park
  • Flaybrick Memorial Garden
  • Frankby Cemetery
  • Hamilton Square
  • Harrison Park Wirral
  • Heswall Dales
  • Hilbre Island Local Nature Reserve
  • Landican Cemetery
  • Mayer Park
  • Meols Parade Garden
  • North Wirral Coastal Park
  • Queen's Park (Wirral)
  • Rake Lane Cemetery
  • Royden Park
  • Torr Park
  • The Arno
  • The Breck
  • Thornton Hough Village Green
  • Vale Park
  • Victoria Gardens (West Kirby)
  • Walker Park
  • Wirral Country Park

View the locations of Wirral's parks and open spaces on a map

Find out more on the Green Flag Awards website