Grange Hill occupies the north-western end of the sandstone ridge which rises behind West Kirby. From its summit there are spectacular views of the River Dee to the Welsh hills beyond and across the Mersey Bay. On a clear day the visitor may see Snowdon, the Isle of Man and Blackpool – this is the best panoramic view on the Wirral peninsula.
On 23rd May, the Lord-Lieutenant visited to see the work of the Friends of Grange Hill and to enjoy a glorious day of late spring sunshine in a spectacular spot. He was hosted by Mr Derek Longman, trustee of the Friends and Captain Hugh Daglish DL.