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The Region

Ormskirk

Ormskirk is a lively market town which combines history and character with excellent shopping and thriving local industry. It is a popular destination for shoppers with its bustling Charter Market.

The market town serves a mainly agricultural area, but also has increasingly become home to commuters who work in nearby Liverpool.

Sight-seeing or shopping, eating out or strolling in the park, Ormskirk offers something for everyone.

More information: About Ormskirk

Liverpool

Liverpool has been European Capital of Culture for 2008 and is a city with something for everyone. For sports fans, the city has two Premier League football teams and the famous Aintree Racecourse.

Landmarks such as the Liver Buildings and Albert Dock add architectural distinction, whilst for music fans there is the Beatles story and Cavern Club. A thriving arts scene can be found at the Walker and Tate Art galleries and FACT, an award-winning £10 million centre dedicated to showcasing the work of international artists working in film, video and new media.

Unusual attractions abound, from the Williamson Tunnels to yellow duckmarine tours. Trendy bars and clubs line the length of Mathew Street and fill Concert Square, with the whole city hosting a bustling nightlife.

More information: About Liverpool

Manchester

Award winning museums, galleries, concert venues, and theatres complement stunning architecture and innovative cultural events.

Contemporary Manchester builds on a rich industrial heritage; attractions range from cathedrals and heritage centres to enthralling museums.

Shoppers will find the lure of the Trafford Centre hard to resist whilst football clubs don’t come much bigger than Manchester United and Manchester City. There’s plenty of other sports on offer, including greyhound racing, speedway and a velodrome.

More information: About Manchester

Other Attractions

Golf lovers can perfect their swing on some of the world’s finest links courses, from Royal Lytham and St Annes to Royal Birkdale.

Take your pick of the best restaurants in the North West by visiting www.sugarvine.com. Those in search of nightlife will find the north west hard to beat; discover where to be seen at www.worldsbestbars.com.

Theatre lovers have a wide choice of venues, including our own Arts Centre and Studio theatres. Details of forthcoming shows across the North West can be found at www.northwestscene.co.uk.

Edge Hill’s campuses are all at the heart of the North West, giving our students the perfect chance to take advantage of everything England’s North West has to offer.

More information on the North West is available at www.visitenglandsnorthwest.com.

Travel

Plan your journey by road at www.theaa.com or by rail at www.nationalrail.co.uk.

If you want to travel in style, Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport are both less than one hour’s travel away.

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