New Brighton Visit
We visited New Brighton, The Wirral as part of our geography comparing the area to Trefonen, Shropshire. On the way there we followed the road map and took part in a journey spotter. When we arrived we carried out an environmental survey, looking for positive and negative features.
Once we were on the promenade we looked at what the buildings were used for. Later we took a walk along the promenade and looked in all four compass directions to see what we could spot. We could see Liverpool and all the key landmarks including the Liver building, catholic cathedral, radio tower, Anfield and both of the Everton stadiums!
We looked for clues about New Brighton's history and learn that there used to be a pier and a tower with a ballroom, just like Blackpool!
We finished our day with an explore on the beach and a delicious ice-cream in the ice-cream parlour. What an amazing day!