If you are fortunate enough to live in Wirral or the surrounding area, then you are sure to be inclined towards being forward thinking about the beauty of the local environment. This is because the area is testament to the care its residents give to their environment.
Walking trails and beautiful parks are a signature of Wirral and many of these parks boast Green Flag status: a tribute the arduous work involved to keep them in a pristine condition.
Removing junk and helping eliminate litter is what we at Junk Removal Wirral do best. We are incredibly happy to say that as a local junk removal service provider in Wirral we are party to the superior results that have taken place regarding the responsible disposal of end waste.
By reducing waste in Wirral, the way is cleared to have clean beaches, streets, and parks for everyone and are then free to enjoy the beautiful spaces Wirral is renowned for without the eyesore of litter around.
Naturally, keeping the environment free of waste and junk, depends on everyone that lives here, and one must constantly be on guard against perpetrators who may potentially damage it through irresponsible actions.
It is not by accident that Wirral is accredited with more than twenty-five Green Flag spaces by the Keep Britain Tidy NGO. It could only be achieved through focus and attention to these areas by authorities like the Wirral Council and with the help of the community who volunteer their time and energy.
In the sphere of waste management, best practice has been observed in waste removal activities and waste disposal. Junk Removal Wirral plays its part in the conservation of the environment with assistance provided in situations where garden clearance is required, doing garden waste collection in Wirral and surrounding areas, and ensuring efficient garden waste removal and disposal is performed.
Composting is an important part of the chain of disposal, resulting in nutritious fertilizer to the gardens in the area to be able to blossom and show off their best in spring and summer months for everyone to enjoy.
Basically, there are walks in all directions, North, South, East, and West. Depending on what you want to see on your way, there is something for everyone.
Whether you live in Wirral or plan to visit soon there are a number of sights you should know about. They all contribute to the heritage of the place and are being kept in outstanding condition by dedicated council workers and volunteers from the public.
If you are one of those who loves the outdoors and partakes in walking or cycling, then Wirral is a must for you to discover. By joining a band of other hikers, bikers, and amblers, you will discover is a wide variety of coastline and countryside attractions. Some are easy, as in gentle walks, others are challenging like in rock climbing, and long treks.
A Northwest trail through Royden Park will take you through forests and meadows, past Hilbark House, one of Wirral’s secret places. Alternately the areas in West Kirby and Caldy Hill, will reward you with magnificent vistas of Liverpool Bay and the River Dee.
Another Northwest route is a trip through Irby and Thurstaston where once you reach the Thurstaston Common you can see for miles across to Wales. When the weather lets you, you may be able to spot the Blackpool Tower in the distance to the North.
Walking in the Northeast of Wirral discover the magic of Birkenhead. The town is filled with a lot of history and has a great transport museum. Speaking of history if you are keen to see an historic lighthouse a five mile walk along the River Birkett will take you to the ancient Leasowe Lighthouse: a formidable sight.
For those who want more of a challenge, places like the Breck are a must. This area has been rehabilitated and is really worth a visit if you love nature or want to do some rock climbing. Being an old quarry, it provides exciting challenges for the adventurous. Its woodland environment is also home to a variety of birds, which is a bonus for wildlife lovers.
When you decide to do a long walk finding one that offers a variety of experiences along the way is sure to be the Arrowe Park- Parkgate circular walk. The route includes seascapes, beaches, hills, forests, and takes in quaint places along the way. This 15-mile circular walk passes through Storeton, Brimstage, Thornton Hough, and Arrowe Park along the way.
With the scenic coastline of Wirral beckoning, the circular route will bring out your sense of adventure. Follow the signposts on your bike or stride out on the trail. There is so much to see. Help keep it clean at the same time, for others to enjoy.
Environmentally aware cyclists, walkers and visitors to the area can assist on their exploration of the beauty of Wirral by carrying a bag for pickup of any waste they may see on their travels, in this way helping keep our environment in the good condition we hope to have it always.
Help play a part in keeping the countryside free of waste by being on the lookout for any form of rubbish or junk when enjoying the Wirral parks and walking trails. By being prepared to join in with others doing this, we are sure to stay on top of waste in Wirral and keep the environment clean and healthy.
A good deal of effort has been put into getting the Green Flag status of our parks, let’s keep it this way. Junk Removal Wirral are committed to keeping the environment clean and free of waste.
When you require a no obligation quote for your waste reduction project in the Wirral, Liverpool, Chester, and Ellesmere Port area, please give us a call on the following numbers:
Wirral & Liverpool 0151 808 0407