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Flaybrick Memorial Gardens

Flaybrick Memorial Gardens is a cemetery at Bidston, England and is located at latitude 53.382343, longitude -3.022206.

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      Flaybrick Cemetary is at Bidston, Birkenhead

      Flaybrick Memorial Gardens (formerly Flaybrick Cemetery) is Wirral's finest Victorian cemetery. Opened on the 30th May 1864 it is the final resting place of many of Wirral's famous and interesting people. Set in 26 acres of landscaped gardens containing a great variety of memorial architecture with inscriptions relating to events both local and world-wide it makes an interesting and different way to study Birkenhead and Wirral's social history. From large family vaults to public graves all levels of society are buried there.

      Designed by Mr Edward Kemp, curator of Birkenhead Park, Flaybrick has many fine examples of mature trees, some of them quite rare. As part of the development of Flaybrick new species of trees are being added every year to create an arboretum. With many of the trees having identifying labels and other interesting shrub areas it makes for a pleasant stroll even if social history is not your interest.

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