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4 days ago
West Kirby Today

Keeping West Kirby looking lovely! Thanks for your hard work West 🌸 💐🌻 ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you for all you hard work you’re doing a fantastic job! Xx

That little patch is so lovely. Thank you.

All the various displays make such a difference to our town- thank you all so much. I particularly enjoy the ones at the top of the hill. 👏

Thank you so much everyone for all your hard work, its really appreciated !

Thank you all for the hard work your doing. 👍👏

I love going past there. Well done xxxx

Thank you for all that you do x

It looks fabulous and so colourful!

Well done and thank you.

👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

❤💐⚘🌷🌼🌻

Thank you ♥ X

Thank you all, I love all the areas you have worked on around the town. So uplifting 🌺🌼🌸🌷🌻

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6 days ago
West Kirby Today

#nofilterneeded ☀️☀️☀️ ... See MoreSee Less

#nofilterneeded ☀️☀️☀️
6 days ago
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Wirral …Aren’t we lucky to live here kinda moment !

Love walking there , such a fab view ❤️

Better than the Sunshine Coast Austraila at the minute

Just one of those beautiful days 😘

beautiful xx

I agree x

Certainly is 💗

Taken from Kings Drive?

A splendid late-Spring day !

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2 weeks ago
West Kirby Today

The Wilson Trophy is back this weekend after a two year break due to the pandemic.

West Kirby Sailing Club is hosting the 73rd Blueoak Wilson Trophy from Friday 6 May until Sunday 8 May.

The event is widely regarded as the premier team racing event in the world

A total of 32 teams from the UK, Ireland and the USA will compete for the coveted trophy on the Marine Lake. West
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Liz Robinson sure to be there!

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The @wilson_trophy is back this weekend after a two year break due to the pandemic.

@westkirbysc is hosting the 73rd Blueoak Wilson Trophy from Friday 6 May until Sunday 8 May.

A total of 32 teams from the UK, Ireland and the USA will compete for the coveted trophy on the Marine Lake.

The event is widely regarded as the premier team racing event in the world, and attracts the highest calibre of sailor.

As well as teams from the UK, St Croix Yacht Club, Eastern Yacht Club, Corinthian Yacht Club, Norfolk Yacht and Country Club and New York Yacht Club from the USA and Baltimore Sailing Club and Royal St. George Yacht Club from Ireland will be competing

Locally, West Kirby Sailing Club will be looking for their 20th win and the West Kirby Hawks are always a strong team, winning four out of the last five Wilsons. 

East Coast Drifters from the USA return to defend their title after a dominant display last time out in 2019.

Making sure order is maintained are 19 of the world’s best umpires – themselves representing four countries; the UK, Denmark, Ireland and the USA.
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📹 Easter Sunday morning on the water in West Kirby. ...

A puppy has been given a new lease of life after being born without a bottom.

The cockapoo, named Malla, was taken into the care of staff at Acorn Veterinary Surgery in West Kirby after being diagnosed with atresia ani – a developmental defect meaning she couldn’t poo normally.

Staff at the practice – run by Willows Veterinary Group – wanted to give her a fighting chance by performing life-saving surgery to build her a new bottom.

Now on the road to recovery, the plucky pooch has also found a new home thanks to the kind-hearted efforts of the Acorn team who took it in turns to foster and look after her.

Clinical director/veterinary surgeon Rhiannon Mansell was involved in the 15-week-old puppy’s care.

She said: “We saw her when she came in with her litter for her vaccinations and unfortunately she didn’t have a bottom and had instead been passing waste through a fistula, an abnormal hole.

“The condition is called atresia ani and it’s very rare. It’s not something that we see everyday. She was very bloated and struggling to go to the toilet and was really uncomfortable, but otherwise a really bright and cute little thing.

“We ended up signing her over to the practice and one of our advanced soft tissue surgeons, Nick Wheeldon, had a little look at her.

“We wanted to save her and find her a new home so we basically constructed her a new bottom so that she could pass stool.”

Miraculously, the pup can now poo on her own. She may need another operation when she’s older but for now, staff at Acorn are pleased with her progress and continue to keep an eye on her.

She’s now found a new home, living with the neighbour of a staff member.
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