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Weekend Walks (& where to eat afterwards)

Despite being completely gym-phobic I still need a reason to get out of bed on the weekends and there's nothing quite like a brisk winter walk for getting your cheeks nice and rosy and working up a good appetite for dinner. We are pretty fortunate on either side of the Mersey to have some gorgeous walks right on our doorstep so I've pulled together a list of my favourites. More importantly, I've included some ideas for where to eat afterwards. After all, you'll have earned it!**

**** 15 minutes of complaining and taking boomerangs still counts as a walk. Don't let anybody tell you otherwise.  

1. Sefton Park What to expect: A huge city park, perfect for a picnic, bike rides and jogging (if that's what floats your boat.)
Where to eat:  You're a stone's throw from the eclectic Lark Lane here where you can have your pick of different styles- Tapas from Monkey Grinder or Esteban, a taste of the Med from Belly, Elif and Medjool Bistro or reward yourself with a pro…

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