Wirral may refer to:

  • Wirral Peninsula, a peninsula in the northwest of England, between the rivers Dee and Mersey
  • Metropolitan Borough of Wirral in Merseyside, occupying the northern part of the Wirral Peninsula
  • Wirral (UK Parliament constituency), a one-seat county constituency between 1885 and 1983
  • Hundred of Wirral, the ancient administrative area for The Wirral
  • Wirral Rural District, a former local government area of The Wirral between 1894 and 1933
  • Wirral Urban District, a former local government area of The Wirral between 1933 and 1974
  • Wirral Metropolitan College, a college of Further Education on the Wirral Peninsula

Other articles related to "wirral":

List Of Schools In Merseyside - Wirral - Further Education Colleges
... Wirral Metropolitan College Birkenhead Sixth Form College. ...
Saughall Massie - History
... de Massey or de Mascy has been connected to the Wirral since the time of the Norman Conquest ... His relations, the Masseys of Sale, settled on the Wirral during the reign of King John were supposed to have given their name to the village ... a township in the Bidston Parish of the Wirral Hundred, the population of Saughall Massie and the nearby hamlet of Carr Houses was 98 in 1801, 176 in 1851 ...
St Andrew's Church, Bebington
... St Andrew's Church, Bebington is in the town of Bebington, Wirral, England ... Raymond Richards considers it to be the finest old parish church in Wirral ... diocese of Chester, the archdeaconry of Chester and the deanery of Wirral North ...
List Of Grammar Schools In England - North West England - Wirral
... Upton (girls) West Kirby Grammar School, West Kirby (girls) Wirral Grammar School for Boys, Bebington (boys) Wirral Grammar School for Girls, Bebington (girls) ...