About

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The first mention of the settlement was circa 1260 as Lisnekarke. The name derives from the Irish words lios na carraige, with the name meaning "hall at the rock". In the past the name has been spelt as Liscak (1260), Lisecair (c.1277), Lysenker (1295) and Lyscart (1417)...

History

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The Boot Inn actually existed in Elizabethan times. It was reputed that it got it's name after a boot containing gold, which had been rescued from a robber by the landlord and returned to the rightful owner. Originally The Boot was a small white washed cottage...

Useful Phone Numbers

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A selection of useful local telephone numbers, please feel free to contact us if you wish to have a number added to the list...

Things To Do

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Things to do in Liscard and the surrounding area. If you would like an event / activity added to this page, please feel free to contact us.

Special Thanks

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We would like to thank Paul from the 'History of Wallasey' for allowing us to use content for our History section from his website.

Contact us

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If you wish to contribute content, raise an issue or wish to make a suggestion, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Email: info@liscard.co.uk