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Liverpool/Chester and anywhere inbetween etc ideas for day out purleeeeeeeeeeeese!!!!!!!!!!

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Polgara2 Fri 21-Aug-09 08:25:23

Well doesn't have to be a full day out - couple of hours will do! I have a 12y, 9y, and a disabled 64 y (well she can't do stairs or hills sort of thing) to entertain - help!!!

I would go for a flattish park area if the rain holds off but if it doesn't I need an indoor activity as a plan b and I just can't think of anything. TIA

OmniDroid Fri 21-Aug-09 08:45:07

Ness gardens (Wirral) are lovely - in between Chester and Liverpool.

Polgara2 Fri 21-Aug-09 08:51:30

Would they be boring for the dc tho?

Marrenon Fri 21-Aug-09 08:55:01

crocky trail

OmniDroid Fri 21-Aug-09 09:13:58

Poss not exciting for DCgrin. But my DS loved tearing round them. He was only 2 at the time, mind!

Polgara2 Fri 21-Aug-09 09:22:19

Do they have an OAP section at the crocky trail marrenon grin.

Am currently working out a sun dance so that we can go to a park somewhere.

bramblebooks Fri 21-Aug-09 10:27:29

We take a bag of monkey nuts to the Grosvenor gardens in Chester and hand feed the squirrels. Then it's a short walk to the riverside where we get ice creams, etc. You can get a river boat from there (big one!) for a 'cruise'. A wander round the shops is then only minutes away (including the massive M&s) which 64 year old may like!

Polgara2 Fri 21-Aug-09 18:55:09

Funny you should mention river bramblebooks - we ended up at a water park and went for a swim - at least that's what it felt like grin. I have never seen so much rain in a short space of time and I have never been so wet fully clothed ever. Hmmph

Clure Fri 21-Aug-09 19:10:49

Knowsley safari park (years since I went there - think it still open
Chester zoo

movingnow Fri 21-Aug-09 19:17:36

Not been yet but planning to go next week Spaceport. Alternatives Blue Planet or a bit of retail therapy at Cheshire Oaks

movingnow Fri 21-Aug-09 19:19:06

.....ahhh, just realised you've already been. Oh well, next time perhaps grin

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