The Ancient Yew Tree within the Church Grounds.  It is said to be between 1000 - 1500
years old.
The Village Cross
The front of St Marys Parish.
The Lych Gate entering the Church dated 1886.
The plaque next to the Old Yew Tree.
Holly Cottage, a great example of architecture within the village.
Eastham Hall Farm wall Plaque - (Hold mouse over to read plaque)
Eastham Hall Farm c1743.
The Stanley, the villages local watering hole.
Two small cottages known as Sycamore & Silverbirch, both named after the variety of
trees which grew around the village of Eastham.
The Hooton Arms, another great local pub which was formally the school for
the old village.
Gothic & Celtic Style Graves within the Old Church Grounds.
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The Plaque Reads: Renovation & conversion of this mid 18th century farm was completed by Wirral Council June 1975 by Architects Marsden & Arschavir in association with R.E Shaw, ARIBA, AMBIM, Director of development.  General contractor James & Parker and sons of Chester.
The Old Sun Dial that sits within the Church Grounds.