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As well as Eastham Country Park and Woods, The Lowfields, close to Eastham Rake Station, is the start of a guided walk suggested by Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council, following Dibbinsdale Brook and leads onto the Wirral Way.


Dibbinsdale Brook and Clatter Brook run through the Brookhurst area of Eastham and into Bromborough. There is also a private golf club, Eastham Lodge, a mature parkland course with views across the River Mersey.


Near to the village centre is a small public area called Torr Park, Which is home to the village cricket club. It was originally founded by the Stanley family as an area for recreation. In the present day the park offers tennis courts, a children's play area, and a cricket field.


At 8.45 am each morning a siren is heard. It is said to be based in the Queen Elizabeth II dock who use it as their fire alarm and test it each morning. It has the distinct sound of a World War II siren and has been sounded each morning for at least 50 years.


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