Metropolitan Borough of St Helens

'Billinge Lump' is the highest point in St Helens and Merseyside

Local government district with borough status in Merseyside, North West England.

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Haydock

Old Boston Colliery baths

Haydock is a village within the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens, in Merseyside, England.

Earlestown

Sankey Viaduct seen from the Sankey Valley Country Park.
Detail of the viaduct from third arch.

Earlestown is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens in Merseyside, England.

Eccleston, St Helens

Eccleston Hall
Map showing the boundaries of Eccleston Civil Parish.
Eccleston Village Hall and Signpost
Smithy Heritage Centre.
Eccleston War Memorial - erected in 1922 for the West Derby Hundred of the County Palatine of Lancaster.
Richard John Seddon, New Zealand Prime Minister 1893-1906, was born in Eccleston.
Plaque dedicated to Richard John Seddon, the Prime Minister of New Zealand born in Eccleston.

Eccleston is a civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens, Merseyside, England.

St Helens, Merseyside

Large town in Merseyside, England, with a population of 102,629.

"St Helins" Chapel as recorded on a map of 1610
Windle Chantry dates back to the 15th Century, with Sir Thomas Gerard responsible for its construction on his return from Agincourt around 1415.
The Sherdley Old Hall farmhouse, built in 1671 in the Elizabethan style, a Grade II listed building
"St Hellens" as recorded in 1818 OS
A contemporary sketch of the original Town Hall, built 1839
A photograph believed to be of the improvement commissioners offices built in 1852
Beecham's Clock Tower built in 1877.
The Town Hall loses its steeple a second time, permanently, in 1913.
The view into the Town Centre, with Beechams Clock Tower in view.
Modern apartments, part of a major redevelopment of the Town Centre.
"The Green Man" art installation on The Duckeries in Parr. Part of Project Re:new.
A tinctured period postcard of the new (and current) Town Hall as it would have appeared in 1876.
An artists rendition of the Quaker Friends' Meeting House, a Grade II listed building.
Billinge Hill is the highest point in St Helens and Merseyside
St Helens viewed looking southwest in 2007. The town centre is at centre and the Linkway runs to the top. Sherdley Park is top left. Pilkington Cowley Hill works is bottom centre.
A St Helens Corporation liveried bus in 1968, in front of the Town Hall
Battery-electric minibus in St Helens
The completely rebuilt St Helens Central station
Northern Rail Class 319, 319362, Northern Powerhouse at St Helens Central
The Sankey Canal (photograph taken in Newton-le-Willows).
One of St Helens Corporation's trams.
St Helens Town Hall as it appears today without the steeple.
St. Helens County Borough Council coat of arms 1876–1974, "Ex Terra Lucem" - "From the Ground, Light" granted in 1876
Dream unveiled in 2009
The first Theatre Royal, a wooden barn-type building which was situated behind the Running Horses pub in Bridge St.
Postcard Illustration of the original Theatre Royal (Matcham design)
The present-day Theatre Royal
A local Rugby League junior game underway
West Park (in green) play.
Napoleon on board the Bellepheron
Conductor, Sir Thomas Beecham in 1910

It is the administrative centre of the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens, which had a population of 176,843 at the 2001 Census.

Billinge, Merseyside

A village in Strochitsy, Belarus, 2008.

Billinge is a village within the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens, Merseyside, England.

Rainford

Traditional ploughing at Fir Tree Farm

Rainford is a village and civil parish within Metropolitan Borough of St Helens, in Merseyside, England.

Merseyside

Metropolitan and ceremonial county in North West England, with a population of 1.38 million.

Port of Liverpool docks, at Seaforth. Merseyside lies at the Mersey Estuary
An aerial photograph of Merseyside
Coat of arms of the former Merseyside County Council.

It encompasses the metropolitan area centred on both banks of the lower reaches of the Mersey Estuary and comprises five metropolitan boroughs: Knowsley, St Helens, Sefton, Wirral and the city of Liverpool.

Metropolitan Borough of Wigan

Metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester, in North West England.

Map of Wigan Metropolitan Borough's electoral wards.

It is the furthest west part of Greater Manchester, and it is bordered by the Greater Manchester boroughs of City of Salford and Bolton to the east, the Cheshire borough of Warrington to the south, the Merseyside borough of St Helens to the south west, and the Lancashire boroughs of West Lancashire to the west and Chorley to the north.

Metropolitan Borough of Knowsley

Metropolitan borough in Merseyside, North West England.

Within Merseyside, it borders the City of Liverpool to the west, the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton to the north-west and the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens to the east.

Newton-le-Willows

Randall's Arch
Newton-le-Willows railway station
Church of SS Mary and John
St Peter's Church, Newton-le-Willows

Newton-le-Willows is a market town in the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens, in Merseyside, England.