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Contact details and Location


Landlife's offices at the National Wildflower Centre are open Monday to Friday from 9.00 am until 5.00 pm.

Telephone: 0151 737 1819
Fax: 0151 737 1820

Mailing address:
LANDLIFE, National Wildflower Centre
Court Hey Park
Liverpool L16 3NA
United Kingdom
Established 1975
Registered in England
Charity Reg No. 290510
Company Reg No. 1838004
VAT Reg No. 482 7752 12

Local Map


Grid ref: SJ418901
Lat: 53:24:19N (53.4053)
Lon: 2:52:37W (-2.87689)

Landlife is based in the National Wildflower Centre situated in Court Hey Park, half a mile from junction 5 of the M62 Motorway, on the outskirts of Liverpool. National and local rail and bus services and the Transpennine Cycle Route are all close to the main entrance in Roby Road, Huyton, Knowsley.
By Road
Exit at Junction 5 (Huyton/Knotty Ash) on the M62. Take the Knotty Ash (A5080) turning off the roundabout - this is Roby Road. Follow the road for about half a mile. The entrance to the Park is on your left and is marked by yellow gate posts
By Train
Regional Railways and some main line services run approximately every 15 minutes from Liverpool Lime Street, to Broadgreen Station. Also trains from Manchester also stop here. Outside the station you can catch a bus to the park gates.


Alternatively, the Centre is approximately 10 minutes walk from the station, take the station exit marked Bowring Park Road. Follow the road under the bridge and straight across the traffic lights. Continue down Bowring Park Road (keeping the M62 motorway on your left) for approximately half a mile. The park entrance is on your right - marked by yellow gate posts.
By Bus
The following buses run from Queens Square, Liverpool city centre, stop at Boardgreen station and then on to a bus stop opposite and very close to Court Hey Park's main entrance. 6, 61, 161 (Sundays only) Alternatively, bus numbers 14,79 and 79C run from Liverpool City Centre and stop on Childwal Valley Road/Chelwood Avenue, with access via the south entrance of Court Hey Park, as does bus number 165, which runs from Belle Vale.

At Court Hey Park:
Follow the drive into the park, bear right at the fork, until you reach the decorated iron gates. Landlife is located within the National Wildflower Centre, which is the new building on the left.

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