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(Placename) a town in NW England, in Wirral unitary authority, Merseyside; near the mouth of the River Mersey, opposite Liverpool. Pop: 58 710 (2001)


(ˈwɒl ə si)

a city in Merseyside, in W England, on the Mersey estuary, opposite Liverpool. 97,061.
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A MINIBUS used by Wirral's purpose-built youth facility, The Hive, to transport young people to events, sport tournaments and residential visits has been given a make-over thanks to West Wallasey Car & Van Hire.
NORTHOP Hall skipper Gareth Williams led his seventh-placed side to a stunning revenge victory over leaders Wallasey to dramatically revive the flickering embers of their promotion ambitions.
The origins of Ammanford's Heol Wallasey, revealed in the essay Mercy from the Mersey by Terry Norman and Martin Rhys, stretch back to the poverty- stricken 1920s.
WALLASEY MP Angela Eagle WAS subject to homophobic abuse and targeted because she challenged leader Jeremy Corbyn - according to Labour party chiefs.
WALLASEY Labour party is to hold a public meeting to reveal what it says will be "the truth" after it was suspended amid claims of threats and intimidation.
comment SINCE Leah Fraser defeated Labour heavyweight John Cocker in 2003 and then twice attempted to unseat Wallasey MP Angela Eagle, she has been a major target for her Labour rivals - and 2012 is likely to be no different.
The meeting will take place as the Wallasey MP and Labour leadership hopeful continues to face pressure from some of her local party members to support Jeremy Corbyn.
OFFICERS and crew of HMS Campbeltown were guests of Wallasey Golf Club for a day.
Wallasey & DISTRICT THE climax to the Wallasey & District Football League season resulted in a goal bonanza and saw Millhouse turn in a superb performance to become Premier Division champions due to their superior goal difference as they scuttled Ship Wallasey in a totally dominant 16-1 success.
VAL ROBERTS of Wallasey, school secretary at the local Greenleas Primary school for 23 years before retirement, has become lady captain at Wallasey.
When Bombers Over Merseyside was published in 1943, it included another view of Cook Street "as it is today - an emergency reservoir" Flames could be seen for miles as this gasholder burned after bombing in the Linacre Surveying the remains of houses in Wallasey Road, Wallasey The mangled remains of the organ and roof at Wallasey Town Hall Liverpool University's engineering department suffered a direct hit Sunlight picks up the dust in the air as it shines through the shell of Cook Street arcade.
Camilla spent an hour at the Wallasey Sea Cadets base in Victoria Road, New Brighton, observing a drill and demonstrations of rigging and cutlass swinging.