Walton Hall Park

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Walton Hall Park dates back to 1199, when Henry de Walton was steward of the West Derby Hundred, but it was not until 1934 that King George V opened the 130-acre park to the public.


The park features a play area, a lake and football pitches. The lake is popular for angling and there is a smaller pond which is used for model boats.

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Address: Walton Hall Park, Walton Hall Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L4 9XP, UK

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