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The electorate numbered 11,501, there was a turnout of 43% and the majority is 1,007. The result was declared at 12:17.[10]

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The settlement of Frankby was mentioned in the Domesday Book entry for neighbouring Greasby.

Peel Hey is set in the heart of Wirral, and is situated between Greasby and West Kirby on the B5139. Wirral is also known as the leisure peninsular.

Whether you are looking for a venue for an upcoming celebration such as a birthday or christening, a business meeting or even afternoon tea and sandwiches, Peel Hey can provide you with the perfect venue to meet your needs.

Newton Brook joins with Greasby Brook to the north of the village.

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Take Junction 2 and follow the signs for Greasby and West Kirby. At the roundabout turn right onto B5139 and go through Greasby, at the next roundabout go straight down into Frankby Road. Peel Hey is located approximately 1.5 miles on the left.

A secluded site close to all of Wirral attractions.

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Frankby contains part of Royden Park with its miniature railway and meres. Named after local landowner Sir Ernest Royden, the park is jointly owned by the National Trust and Wirral Borough Council.

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Within the grounds is a large Mock Tudor house known as Hill Bark, which was re-erected between 1929 and 1931[6] by Sir Ernest Royden. Originally known as Bidston Court, it was initially sited near Bidston Hill in 1891, but moved brick by brick to its present position in Frankby to replace an earlier dwelling. The house contains a 16th-century fireplace, once part of a house belonging to Sir Walter Raleigh.[7]

The large working fields of Manor Farm and the Green Belt policy have helped to keep the village isolated from the developing townships of Greasby and Newton. Historical maps of Frankby dating from 1844 to 2007, highlight little change has occurred. There have been a few buildings built since the middle of the 20th century and a few barns converted into residential units.

Sir Thomas Royden was an English shipowner and Conservative Party politician. He was created a baronet in 1905 and lived at Frankby Hall. His daughter, the writer, preacher, suffragette and former local inhabitant Dr Maud Royden (1876–1956) is buried in the local Church of St John the Divine.

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The village is part of the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, in the metropolitan county of Merseyside. The village is part of the parliamentary constituency of Wirral West. The current Member of Parliament is Margaret Greenwood, a Labour representative.

The perfect choice for weddings and celebrations of all kinds, be they on a grand scale or rather more intimate. The perfect choice for business gathering and conferences, with a choice of meeting rooms and full facilities available. Rolls-Royce & Bentley motorcars are available to collect guests from airport and rail stations; the M53 motorway is just minutes away. Click on the Further Information tab for a 360 degree tour - 'photographed by David Burke of www.hdr360.co.uk'

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Frankby was formerly a township in the West Kirby Parish of the Wirral Hundred. The population was 90 in 1801, 138 in 1851, 248 in 1901 and 413 in 1951.[5]

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From Liverpool: Take Kingsway Tunnel under River Mersey; after toll booths take M53; leave M53 at junction 2; at roundabout go straight on, on A5027; at next roundabout turn right on B5139 towards Frankby; at Frankby village turn left before cemetery gates into Hillbark road; after Farmers' Arms pub stay to the right through Royden Park gateway. Hillbark is at the end of the driveway.

This area focuses on Frankby Green and those roads that immediately surround it. There are five grade II listed buildings within the historic village. Its rural setting has remained due to the continued use of agricultural farms situated nearby.

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In the village of Frankby lies 1st Frankby Greasby Scout Headquarters. The Roydens donated a strip of land to the group in 1929 when they were known as 1st Frankby. This happened not long after the recent World Jamboree in Arrowe Park a couple of miles up the road. They amalgamated with 1st Greasby not long after the war finished to become 1st Frankby Greasby.

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The name Frankby come from the Old Norse Frankis-byr, meaning "Franki's/Frakki's (Frenchman's) farm".[4] The "by" suffix, included in neighbouring place names such as Greasby, Irby and Pensby, applies to settlements believed to be Viking in origin.

The farm offers a number of facilities including farm shop, caravan site, livery yard.

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