Birkenhead


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Bir·ken·head

 (bûr′kən-hĕd′)
A borough of northwest England at the mouth of the Mersey River near Liverpool.

Birkenhead

(ˌbɜːkənˈhɛd)
n
(Placename) a port in NW England, in Wirral unitary authority, Merseyside: former shipbuilding centre. Pop: 83 729 (2001)

Birkenhead

(ˈbɜːkənˌhɛd)
n
(Biography) Frederick Edwin Smith, 1st Earl of, known as F. E. Smith. 1872–1930, British Conservative statesman, lawyer, and orator

Bir•ken•head

(ˈbɜr kənˌhɛd)

n.
a seaport in Merseyside county, in W England, on the Mersey River. 336,500.
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ENPNewswire-August 14, 2019--CAMMELL LAIRD BACKS CAMPAIGN FOR BIRKENHEAD PARK TO BECOME WORLD HERITAGE SITE
BIRKENHEAD'S House of Fraser store appears to have been saved from closure - with the struggling high street giant reportedly pledging it will be restocked and stay open "for several years".
Thousands of us drive through theWallasey and Birkenhead tunnelsevery day - but how much do you know about the incredible story of their construction?
Ellis Humphrey Evans, or Hedd Wyn, entered the chair competition at the National Eisteddfod, which was held at Birkenhead on September 6-8, 1917.
Brothers Jacob and Luke Birkenhead played for the Eagles.
THE operator of Birkenhead docks says it is confident it will recover the business it lost when ferry operator DFDS closed a route last year.
LONG-SERVING Merseyside MP Frank Field has announced he will stand at the next election for a new Birkenhead Social Justice Party.
The parties will be made up of local Wirral councillors together with Birkenhead MP Frank Field, who will meet quarterly and "take day-to-day charge of plans to redevelop the town centre".
BIRKENHEAD-bound shoppers joining six-coach Merseyrail trains on December 5, at the 13 stations south of Rock Ferry, were only told on board of the need to switch to a three-coach service at Rock Ferry thanks to platform repair work at Birkenhead Central.
First round: B Priestley (Huddersfield) v B Wherritt (Leeds), D Farmer (Dodworth) v M Haigh (Heckmondwike), N Cooper (Birkenhead) v L Rice (Leeds), C Ness (Halifax) v J Best (Huddersfield), K Johnstone (Warrington) v S Fox (Ossett), P Lonsdale (Bradford) v E Milligan (Birkenhead), P Crowther (Wirral) v S Turner (Heckmondwike), L Smith (Warrington) v A Buckley (Huddersfield), J Greenbank (Silsden) v T Lawrence (Leeds), M Higgins (Ossett) v J Jones (Birkenhead), L Pessall (Burton) v Jackie Hick (Mirfield), J Wilkinson (Leeds) v D Radcliffe (Huddersfield).
ANEW festival coming to Wirral has announced a diverse line-up of daytime events - including a celebration of Birkenhead's connection to Welsh culture and cycling tours of Wirral's Viking past.