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Built in the 1840's originally as fishermen's cottages and lodging houses overlooking sandhills and one of the oldest shopping streets in Southport after the main boulevard of Lord Street.

These properties gradually converted into shops with living accommodation above and some of the shops still retain the old cast iron kitchen ranges complete with ovens. The first shops were mentioned in the first census of 1871 but were originally thought to have been converted around 1864. There was a hardware store and toy shop and the shops had inter-connecting doors and became a covered shopping emporium where customers could walk from shop to shop without getting rained upon.
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THE YARN FAIRY YARNBOMING

Come and see Wesley Street as The Yarn Fairy cover the street in Yarn

 



Driving Directions:

From the South: via the M6 to Exit 26; the M58 will take you to Ormskirk and then follow the A570 to Southport.

From the North: via the M6 to Exit 31; follow the A59 from Preston, joining the A565 to Southport.

Parking can be found on Tulketh Street.

Public Transport Directions:

Regular coach and rail services to Southport operate throughout the year. A fast and frequent local rail service runs between Liverpool Central Station and Southport. There are also rail connections to Southport from Scotland and the North of England and all other parts of the country via the Wigan and Manchester stations.

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Wesley Street is located in the town centre of Southport. It is easy to find and can be easily located by car, park and ride facilities, train, bus and taxi services.



 



 

 
 
Click on our businesses below to find out more on each shop.
 
Andersons Clocks & Watches
Attic
Baby Love
Barton Gift Company
Cafe Delight
Cake Creations
Chanamie Picture Framing
Chiropody and Health
Christian Book Shop
Diana Celine Photography
Freshfield Animal Rescue
Graham Eyes Butcher
Kellys Electrical
Mikes Barbers
Portugese Sewing
Saratoga Antiques
Sweets Factory
The Cherry Tree Toy Shop
The Yarn Fairy
Volunteer Arms

 
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