Events on Bidston Hill

Windmill open days. 

Bidston Windmill will be closed until Spring next year, as bats are wont to hibernate in the windmill. The schedule for Windmill open days in 2024 will be announce here in due course. If you’d like to help with opening the windmill next year, please contact us!

There is a minimum height restriction for access to the higher floors (1.06m). Children under 11 years old must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Admission is free, but donations to the Friends of Bidston Hill are welcome.  The Windmill is closed during the winter, when hibernating bats are in residence.

Flaybrick Memorial Gardens are planning a Tree Walk on Saturday 28th October. See their Facebook page for details.

Mayday sun-upping

The Mersey Morris and the Mockbeggar Morris danced the sun up on Bidston Hill on Monday 1st May, as they do every year. All went well, the sun rose at 5:37am BST. Put Mayday in your diary for 2024!

Solar observing afternoon

The Liverpool Astronomical Society conducted an open day at Bidston Observatory between 1pm and 4pm on Saturday 6th May 2023 with solar telescopes to safely observe sunspots and solar flares and our Sun.

Kudos to the Bidston Observatory Artistic Research Centre for making this possible.

Bidston Lighthouse is also closed for the winter.  Please see the Bidston Lighthouse website before planning your visit.

AGM. Our last Annual General Meeting took place Wednesday, 13th September 2023 at 12.15pm at Bidston Observatory.


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