Metropolitan Borough of Wirral

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presenting live

, 1956) is a broadcaster and former footballer. He works for ESPN (ESPN (UK)), presenting live Premier League and Scottish Premier League matches, having joined the satellite sports channel from the BBC in 2009.


based rock

debut following a few days later in a 2-1 win over Oldham Athletic. Linwood spent the start of the 2005-2006 season (2005-06 in English football) on loan to Wrexham (Wrexham A.F.C.), before enjoying a short spell back in the Tranmere first-team. In popular culture The Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral)-based rock band Half Man Half Biscuit included the line "Is this me, or is this Dead-Shot Keen?" - in reference to Billy's oft-voiced wondering about his


local

of England Ceremonial county subdivision_name3 Merseyside seat_type Admin. HQ seat Wallasey government_type Metropolitan Borough leader_title Governing body leader_name Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council leader_title1 Leadership (Local government in England#Councillors and mayors): leader_name1 Leader & Cabinet leader_title2 Executive: leader_name2 Labour (Labour Party (UK)) leader_title3 Leader of the Council

the Mersey, faces the northeastern side of the Wirral. Bordering is the River Mersey to the east, the Irish Sea to the north and the River Dee (River Dee, Wales) to the west; the borough of Cheshire West and Chester occupies the remainder of the Wirral Peninsula and borders the borough of Wirral to the south. History The borough was formed on 1 April 1974, under the Local Government Act 1972, as a merger of the county boroughs of Birkenhead and Wallasey, along


weekly news

City Region the five MDCs which constitute the Merseyside County. This effectively reverses the position adopted in the 1970s which created it as an anomaly. As a Unitary Authority its status is the same as the MDCs.


successful period

;wirral" Nonetheless, in 1987 the club went into administration (administration (law)), with local businessman Peter Johnson (Peter Johnson (businessman)) taking over control and ownership. This proved to be a turning point in Tranmere's history, the club under his ownership enjoying by far the most successful period in its history, in which manager John King (John King (footballer born 1938)) took the team from the bottom


voice+bass

for the final 2 stages around Kerry and Cork. death_date origin Heswall, Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral), England instrument Voice (Singing), bass guitar, keyboards (Keyboard instrument) '''George Andrew


short spell

debut following a few days later in a 2-1 win over Oldham Athletic. Linwood spent the start of the 2005-2006 season (2005-06 in English football) on loan to Wrexham (Wrexham A.F.C.), before enjoying a short spell back in the Tranmere first-team. In popular culture The Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral)-based rock band Half Man Half Biscuit included the line "Is this me, or is this Dead-Shot Keen?" - in reference to Billy's oft-voiced wondering about his ability - in the song "Our Tune" on their 1991 album MacIntyre, Treadmore and Davitt. *'''Bath (Bath, Somerset)''', Bath and North East Somerset and '''Aix-en-Provence''' *'''Metropolitan Borough of Wirral''', Merseyside and '''Lorient''' *'''Bolton''', Greater Manchester and '''Le Mans''', Sarthe thumb "Thor's Stone" at Thurstaston Common (Image:Thorsrock.jpg) '''Royden Park''' and '''Thurstaston Common''' comprise an area of almost 250 acres of parklands, wood and heath at Frankby and Thurstaston respectively, within the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, England. thumb River at Dibbinsdale (Image:Dibbinsdale.jpg) '''Brotherton Park''' and '''Dibbinsdale''' comprise an area of over '''Andrew Mark "Andy" Robinson''' (born 3 November 1979 in Birkenhead, Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral)) is a professional football player, who plays for Tranmere Rovers (Tranmere Rovers F.C.). He plays as a Winger (Midfielder#Winger) and is comfortable playing on either side of the pitch.


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an area of 20 square kilometres. To the north of Irby lies the associated hamlet (Hamlet (place)) of '''Irby Hill'''.amp;place Irby%2C%20Merseyside&pc &advanced &client public&addr2 &quicksearch irby&addr3 &scale 100000&addr1 Map It is part of the Greasby

london.broadway.com Webb was born in Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral), near Liverpool in the UK. PKFHSPKFHS amp;place Barnston%2C%20Merseyside&db freegaz&scale 100000&search_result Barnston%2C%20Merseyside&lang &keepicon true Map Administratively, the village is located in the Pensby


local nature

*Birkenhead (Birkenhead (UK Parliament constituency)) *Wallasey (Wallasey (UK Parliament constituency)) *Wirral South (Wirral South (UK Parliament constituency)) *Wirral West (Wirral West (UK Parliament constituency)) Places of interest Wirral council maintains five designated Local Nature Reserves: Bidston Moss, Dibbinsdale, Heswall Dales, Hilbre Island and Thurstaston Common.

http: www.wirral.gov.uk my-services leisure-and-culture parks-beaches-and-countryside parks-greenspaces-and-countryside local-nature-reserves title Wirral Local Nature Reserves publisher Wirral council accessdate 28 January 2011 International relations Twin towns — sister cities The Metropolitan Borough of Wirral is twinned (town twinning) or has sister city relationships


news online

england merseyside 4112301.stm Birthplace of Englishness 'found'. BBC News Online (URL accessed 27 August 2006). birth_date birth_place Birkenhead, Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral), England death_date DATE OF BIRTH 1936-05-09 PLACE OF BIRTH Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral), Merseyside DATE OF DEATH '''Leasowe''' is an area on the north coast of the Wirral Peninsula, in North West

hold The council stayed under no overall control. Overall turnout was 43.2%. '''Birkenhead Central''' is a railway station serving the town of Birkenhead, Wirral (Metropolitan Borough of Wirral), England. Situated on the south side of Birkenhead town centre, it lies on the Chester

Metropolitan Borough of Wirral

The '''Metropolitan Borough of Wirral''' is a metropolitan borough of Merseyside, in North West England. It has a population of 320,295, of the northern part of the Wirral Peninsula. Major settlements include Birkenhead, Wallasey, Bebington, Heswall, Hoylake and West Kirby. The city of Liverpool over the Mersey, faces the northeastern side of the Wirral. Bordering is the River Mersey to the east, the Irish Sea to the north and the River Dee (River Dee, Wales) to the west; the borough of Cheshire West and Chester occupies the remainder of the Wirral Peninsula and borders the borough of Wirral to the south.

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