Every week for the last two years Neil Murphy from the Enterprise Centre, has taken a group of service-users to Thurstaston to help manage the site in partnership with the Wirral Coastal Rangers. We have been short-listed for the Love Wirral Grant Scheme for a project to reposition the erratic boulders found at Thurstaston to create an outdoor glacial rock display and a connecting footpath from the Visitor Centre via the rock display to the cliff top views.

This will allow access for pushchairs, wheelchairs and mobility scooters to the Dee cliffs for the first time, enabling many more people to appreciate the spectacular views over to Wales.



Anyone who lives in the north-west can vote, and to make this happen we need yours, your families, your friends, and basically anyone of any age who has an address in the north-west. …… (you can even vote on your two-year old’s behalf for example).

So please forward this on, print this out and give it to people and just spread the word!!!

It will only take a minute …………. Please support our service-users and make a difference!

Please click on the link below:


And then go to ‘West Wirral,’ and then two-thirds down our project is listed as ‘Glacial Rock and Cliff Top Access Project,’ (LW74)  …… and just þ below the information.

If you have any queries regarding this please telephone :

Neil Murphy (Community Development Activity Manager – WAS) – 07557858980
or Vicky Gawith (Trusts Fundraiser – WAS) – 07900730451


WAS Project at Thurstaston Service users receiving 200 hours voluntary work certificates.