Photo: Ruth Hampshire

Welcome to Willaston

Willaston lies in the middle of the Wirral Peninsula, approximately 4 miles east of the Dee Estuary and 4 miles west of the Mersey Estuary. Once Willaston was an agricultural community. Now it is mainly a commuter village.

Welcome to Willaston

Willaston lies in the middle of the Wirral Peninsula, approximately 4 miles east of the Dee Estuary and 4 miles west of the Mersey Estuary. Once Willaston was an agricultural community. Now it is mainly a commuter village.

New to Willaston?

Are you new to Willaston?

Do you know someone just arrived in the village?

Contact us – we have a new welcome pack all about the village and the surrounding area.

Photo by Actuarius Art

What's on?

    Events coming up …

    Join us in these events over the next few days... Tuesday 27th February  – Willastonhey WI meeting – 7.30pm in Memorial Hall   Friday 1st March – World Day of Prayer, Christ Church, 2pm   Saturday 2nd March – French Evening at Pollards Inn  ...

    New Cherry Trees

    Four new trees have been planted at the junction of Neston Road and Meadow Lane.  Thanks to Jane Townsend and Fiona Mosley who have worked with Howard Pimborough, CWaC Woodland Creation Officer and Cllr Myles...

Get involved with Willaston Community Organisations

Willaston is a busy village with many organisations and a strong business community. Find out more about each specific organisations and how you can get involved.

Photo by Actarius Art
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