Merseyrail is extending its train services in to Liverpool from West Kirby as of Monday 18 May, as more people are expected to return to work following changes to coronavirus restrictions.
West Kirby and Hoylake railway stations have scooped awards at the 17th Cheshire Best Kept Stations Awards Evening. West Kirby…
Part of the main road in and out of West Kirby from Heswall will be closed during the day this coming week for resurfacing work.
Merseytravel have apologised to residents for the noise from work to upgrade the platform at West Kirby station, which is taking place from dawn until late at night.
West Kirby is to retain a direct bus service with Arrowe Park Hospital under changes to services that take effect this coming week, but Hoylake and Meols will lose out.
Commuters on the West Kirby to Liverpool rail line face more disruption later this year after transport bosses announced further closures to prepare the network for new trains.
West Kirby and Hoylake look set to lose the only direct bus service to and from Arrowe Park Hospital.
Thousands of bikers will thunder through Hoylake and West Kirby on Sunday, 7 April as this year’s Wirral Egg Run tribute event takes place.
Rail passengers travelling between West Kirby and Liverpool face disruption for two weeks in April due to platform upgrade works to prepare the network for new trains.
Work is starting to install passenger lifts at Meols railway station in a long-awaited £2.2 million project to improve accessibility.