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We do now have an online booking system but feel free to still give us a quick call, or text, so we can have a chat with you. This is to ensure your stay with us is perfect!

Whether you're attending a local wedding and need an early check in or whether you are staying for a business trip & you need an early breakfast time.

You can contact Lorna at anytime on 07713189949 or email her at lorna@merebrookhouse.co.uk for an immediate response. We look forward to speaking to you soon.

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0771 318 9949

lorna@merebrookhouse.co.uk

Mere Brook House, Thornton Common Road,
Thornton Hough, Wirral, CH630LU

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Six Vessels at The Williamson Art Gallery - Wirral Borough of Culture

Explore the stories behind six wirral-built ships which travelled the world.

Models and rarely seen historic artefacts feature alongside much-loved and new artwork to celebrate Wirral’s industrial heritage and the borough’s contribution to maritime exploration.

Six Vessels looks at the story of shipbuilding in Wirral through six ships created from metal in the Cammell Laird shipyard in Birkenhead. The ships featured within the exhibition shed light on pivotal moments in maritime history that have impacted on seafaring practice as we know it today.

The research for Six Vessels has been undertaken by local historian, Elizabeth Davey who has worked in partnership with Wirral Museums Service staff, Wirral Archives, Cammell Laird, Wirral Libraries, National Museums Liverpool and Wirral History and Heritage Association. 6 Vessels is part of Made of Iron – a celebration of Wirral’s shipbuilding and maritime heritage story.

The exhibition runs until 22nd September and is free.

6 Vessels: The ships and their stories

HMS Birkenhead (1847) The ship which is thought to have originated the phrase “women and children first”

Ma Robert (1858) The flat-pack iron ship that took explorer Livingstone on his travels

CSS Alabama (1862) The secrecy behind this ship and its role in the American Civil War

HMT Leasowe Castle (1917) The role the Cammell Laird workforce played during military conflicts

HMS Ark Royal (1937) The pioneering design of this aircraft carrier

RMS Mauretania (1938) The ship which redefined luxury travel

 

6 Vessels

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We do now have an online booking system but feel free to still give us a quick call, or text, so we can have a chat with you. This is to ensure your stay with us is perfect! Whether you're attending a local wedding and need an early check in or whether you are staying for a business trip & you need an early breakfast time.

You can contact Lorna at anytime on 07713189949 or email her at lorna@merebrookhouse.co.uk for an immediate response. We look forward to speaking to you soon.

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Christmas 2019 at Mere Brook House

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Availability from Saturday 1st December 

£28 per head

Exclusive use of both dining rooms guaranteed for parties of 30+

Parties of under 30 will get exclusive use of the main dining room or garden room depending on group size. (20 guests minimum)

Guests will receive a selection of canapes, a choice of two starters, three mains served with seasonal veg and all the trimmings followed by a choice of three sweets served with Christmas pudding ice cream.

For groups of under 20 people, please keep your eyes out for our Christmas ticketed event evening, dates TBC.

Booking is essential, email Lorna at lorna@merebrookhouse.co.uk

Thornton Common Road, Thornton Hough, Wirral, CH63 0LU

Liverpool City Region Tourism Award Winners

We are very proud to announce that Mere Brook House won, not one, but TWO awards at the Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards on Thursday night. 

Mere Brook House won in the Best Independant Tourism category and again in the Best Guest Accommodation Category, A category invented especially for us!

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