There’s loads to see and do in Wirral this Autumn

If you’re looking for something to do this Autumn, you’re in luck, there’s a wide range or activities, shows and events to suit people of all ages.

Wirral Libraries ‘Wings Selfie Trail’

Wirral Libraries are hosting their very own Wings Selfie Trail at libraries across Wirral. Simply take a selfie in front of the wing artwork at your local library and post your angelic photo on social media using the hashtag #WirralLibWings.

There are prizes to be won for the best photos, including a Family Swim Pass from Wirral Council. Central Libraries will also be hosting a Wings Treasure Hunt for the chance to win an activity book and coloured pencils.

Birkenhead Priory’s ‘Winter Nature Trail’

Staying on the trail theme, Birkenhead Priory is launching its Winter Nature Trail from 1 November. We all know the Priory is the oldest standing building in Merseyside but did you know it has great nature too?

Allow Gilbert Greyhound, one of the Priory’s beloved greyhounds, to take you to the best sites. Younger visitors can also enjoy a Find Gilbert trail. There will also be a Children’s Nature Day on Saturday 4 November from 12pm to 3pm, featuring owls from the Moonshine Owl Sanctuary and an observational bee hive. For more information visit the Birkenhead Priory website

Live shows and events at the Floral Pavilion

The Floral Pavilion has a diverse mix of live shows during November, including some of your favourite 80s icons, Paul Young (1 Nov), Hue and Cry (24 Nov) and Kenny Thomas (26 Nov).

There will be tributes to some of the world’s most iconic singers too, with Bootleg Blondie (10 Nov), Bowie Experience (18 Nov) and Whitney – Queen of the Night (28 Nov) not to be missed.

The world’s longest-running play, Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap, will be running from 6-11 Nov. Children can join Peppa on Peppa Pig’s Fun Day Out on 4 & 5 Nov and marvel at the world’s most famous ballet Nutcracker on 16 Nov. Comic Con will also be taking place on 26 Nov with over 70 traders. For a full list of shows, visit the Floral Pavilion website

Exhibitions at the Williamson

At the Williamson, be sure to check out the abstract creations of Berlin-based artist Helene Appel and Mark Davenant’s ‘Outsiders’ exhibition, capturing snapshots of homelessness in modern Britain. For a full list of exhibitions at Williamson Art Gallery, visit their website

Bidston Sports and Activity Centre

Kids will love the brand new Active Zone at Bidston Sports and Activity Centre. There is a soft play adventure with three floors of slides, obstacles, climbing and tunnels for children aged 0 – 7 years, a TagActive game aimed at children aged 8+ and a spacious baby and toddler area. For more information, visit

Halloween at Wirral Libraries

Children can win book tokens at Wallasey Central Library’s Halloween competition. Children aged 6 and under are invited to draw their best Halloween picture and children 7 and over to write a Halloween story.

For a list of events taking place at Wirral Libraries, visit Eventbrite

Author Talks

If horror isn’t your things, John Parr will be launching his new book ‘The Last Hilbre Lifeboat’ at West Kirby Library on Tuesday 7 November, 2.30pm, telling the heroic story of RNLB Chapman and her place in lifeboat history.

Local author Francis Prendiville will be at Heswall Library on Thursday 16 November, 2.30pm, talking about his heart-warming new book ‘Mr Harris Makes it Up’, about a teacher in 1970s Manchester. All author talks are free to attend but booking is essential

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