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If you don't have sandwhiches to take with you for a picnic in the Park then the Baguette Bite is ideally situated near the park entrance and does great baguette sandwhiches to take out. Alternatively you can eat in here too on the way back if you wish as therre were a few table and chairs inside and drinks are served too.
There is a cafe in the Park but when you see signs inside saying "no rolling your own here" and "no skinnying" you get the impression its a bit rough!
Favorite Dish: We enjoyed freh crusty ciabatta bread with pastrami and salad fillings and hot italian meatballs with salad. There was a good selection for vegetarians too. Cost was about £2 - £2.50 depending on choice of filling.
Updated May 31, 2003
We reached Sefton by train from Liverpool Central station and got off at St Michael's (just 6 minutes ride on the Merseyrail network Northern line) Some of you may recall this as the area where the Liverpool Garden Festival site was situated just down the road. This site is sadly neglected now - wasn't even worth a picture! Never mind just a 10 minute walk up Southwood Road and then Lark Lane will bring you to the green expanse of Sefton Park.
Updated May 25, 2003
Just as we left St Michael's Station, on the left hand side, we saw this strange piece of artwork in a garden. Have no idea what its all about so if anybody knows..please let me know!
My thanks to a vigilant VT'er for letting me know about this artwork:
its found in the grounds of Southwood Hostel and is called Courage Within, and wascreated by local sculptor Tom Murphy. It was unvailed a few years ago by the actor who plays Will Manning in BBC drama Casualty.
Much more info can be found following the link for the web site below.
Updated Apr 4, 2011