Guided Walks

A series of guided walks are held at Flaybrick Memorial Gardens each year. A brief overview of each of the walks is provided below. Following each of the walks there will also be an opportunity to look inside the ruined chapels.

To Join a walk please meet at Tam ‘O’Shanter Farm around 10.40 for an 11.00 start.

The walks cost £2 per/head and last for approximately 1.5 hours. Please wear clothing and footwear appropriate for the weather conditions on the day.

Private guided walks are also available throughout the year. To book a private guided walk please send enquiry to:

Guided walk programme 2019:

Walk 1 – Saturday 13th April

Our first walk of 2019 took place in sunny but rather chilly weather; some would say ideal conditions for walking!
We were joined by 56 visitors who were entertained by our resident poet, Terry, as well as hearing the stories relating to a dozen or so of the people resting in Flaybrick.
The Friends of Flaybrick are grateful for the amazing level of support shown by visitors and we look forward to seeing you again for our walk in May, when you will hear another selection of stories.
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Walk 2 –  Saturday 11th May

Our second walk of the year took place in warm late spring sunshine, a great relief to us all following the thunderstorms of the previous day.

Another large group of visitors joined us for the tour of Flaybrick which on this occasion allowed supporters to see all of the site and in a couple of areas they were also able to spot our intrepid volunteers working hard!

During the walk visitors heard  about the dreadful Vittoria Dock disaster of 1909, stories of several of the fallen from World War One and also learned the history of the Cross of Sacrifice which stands proudly at the top of the main drive.

Once again the Friends of Flaybrick are so grateful for the level of support shown and we look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on our third walk of the year on 8th June.

Walk 3 – Saturday 8th June

As we reach the 75th anniversary of the D Day landings, we will stop and remember one of the major planners of the allied invasion of Europe.

In addition, visitors will hear about several of Wirral’s major political figures resting in Flaybrick as we conduct our latest walk around the historic site.

Visitors will as usual be able to look around the chapels which will be open between 11.30 and 1.30.

Walk 4 – Saturday 13th July

Overview to follow

Walk 5 – Saturday 10th August

Overview to follow

Walk 6 – Saturday 28th September

Overview to follow

Guided Walk - May 2018