4 Queens Road, Southport, PR9 9HN, United Kingdom
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Churchtown - St Cuthberts
The church of St Cuthberts is just by the village green in Churchtown. It was built in stone in 1571 and rebuilt in 1730-39 although very little of this now remains and the tower and spire were rebuilt in 1850. The church is believed to be built on the site of an earlier church, dating from pre-Conquest times.
A popular place to walk in Southport is alongside the large marine lake. In summer there are steam padddle trips available on the Mississippi style " Southport Belle" and other boating activites such as jet boat rides.
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