The history and legends of Old Bidston Hill and Village
There are many important archaeological locations on the Wirral Peninsula and none more so than Bidston. The Village itself is delightful and historically significant: The church, the old schoolhouse, the former farms and, of course, Bidston Hall itself, have all played their part in the heritage of the area.
The Hill, with its Observatory, Lighthouse, and Windmill, all surrounded by large stretches of woodlands and meadows, is very special indeed. And there are so many stories woven around the place, so many of which Ken tells in this special talk.
Hear about the ancient hill and the Roman Road; the story of the lighthouses and signal systems; the mysterious Sun and Moon Goddess carvings; the possible origins of the Cheshire Cat; the Witches Tunnels; the smugglers inn and caves; the Bidston Bunkers; and, above all, how the Holy Grail might be buried under the Hill Itself.
Learn how this mysterious place is so important to the history of Wirral: Exciting and very informative.