Saturday 23rd February 2019 10:00am

Starting from - The starting point is the main car park on Sherdley Park , St Helens , closest postcode is WA95DE , the car park is just off a road called The Score . Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time , so we can leave on time , also if your not familiar , maybe give yourselves a few extra minutes to get there . There are height restrictions on the car park but there is a way in between some of the bollards ! Parking is free . WA9 5DE

This The FC.s Friendly Cyclists Saturday Club ride is open for anyone to join

  • 24 miles
  • All bike types
  • 4 hr

Starting point




Merseyside
WA9 5DE

Ride leaves Sherdley Park St Helens and heads out through Whiston and Tarbock calling at Hillsborough Oaks Memorial and onto the historic and picturesque Hale Village on the banks of the River Mersey. A ride through the village past the Childe of Hale pub and the life size statue of the great man himself and down to the lighthouse with great views over and down the river towards the airport and Liverpool in the distance. Pit stop either at the pub or Yew Tree Farm and for those that are interested a sneaky look at Everton FC training complex at Finch Farm on the return ride via Pickerings Pasture, Halebank and Widnes and back to St Helens. All tarmac surfaced roads and paths except the 300 yard well compacted stone path to the Lighthouse (which can be walked if preferred).

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Ride leaves Sherdley Park St Helens and heads out through Whiston and Tarbock calling at Hillsborough Oaks Memorial and onto the historic and picturesque Hale Village on the banks of the River Mersey. A ride through the village past the Childe of Hale pub and the life size statue of the great man himself and down to the lighthouse with great views over and down the river towards the airport and Liverpool in the distance. Pit stop either at the pub or Yew Tree Farm and for those that are interested a sneaky look at Everton FC training complex at Finch Farm on the return ride via Pickerings Pasture, Halebank and Widnes and back to St Helens. All tarmac surfaced roads and paths except the 300 yard well compacted stone path to the Lighthouse (which can be walked if preferred).

Mainly roads , a tiny bit of compacted shale paths.

Various stops for pics along the route , and either a pub stop for lunch or cafe.

helmet , innertubes , pump , suitable clothing for the weather , also some money for lunch , and a bike lock .

We never leave anyone behind

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