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Birkenhead is a lovely town which belongs to the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral in Merseyside county. It’s inhabited by about 89 000 people. The name’s origin comes from The Old English word „bircen” which stands for „headland overgrown with birch”.

Since 19th century, shipbuilding played major role in the town’s economy. In the 1866 the Duke of Edinburgh opened new entrance to the Birkenhead’s Great Northern Docks.

One of the known landmarks of the city is Birkenhead Park, which is the Britain’s first publicly funded park. The layout of the area was designed by Drederick Law Olmsted architect. William lard and his son john are mostly responsible for the town’s design. There are other landmarks in the Birkenhead like Bidston Windmill or Flaybrick Watertower. The Chariots of Fire film was partially filmed at the Woodside Ferry Terminal.

There are several forms of public transport in the town, including Buses, trams and trains. In 1840 the services of the first railway from Chester to Birkenhead were established.

The town has several schools, like Birkenhead School, Birkenhead Park School and Birkenhead High School Academy. There are also two colleges. Wirral Metropolitan College was established in 1980s and nowadays has about 10,000 students. Birkenhead Sixth Form College which specialises in BTEC and A Level education. Both further education institutions offer wide variety of subjects to study and have option to study part-time or full-time.

Birkenhead F.C is the town’s local football team. It was formed by Robert E. Lythgoe ex-member of Druids F.C. There are other teams like Tranmere Rovers F.C, The Birkenhead Park Football Club and Boreham Wood F.C.

Birkenhead was mentioned in several works of English culture. For example, in the song “What she said” by The smiths the town was referenced. Also, “The Birken’ead drill” song mentions the towns name. The book and film adaption of Awaydays novel is set in the Birkenhead.

Where to buy cotton face masks in Birkenhead?

We recommend ordering the cotton face masks from our online shop. We supply ordered products from our warehouse in UK.

 

How quickly should i get the ordered Cotton face masks?

Shipment is done by RoyalMail. We sent orders the same day or next workday. They’re normally provided after 2-3 days.

What are the cotton face masks made of?

Main ingredients of the cotton face masks are high quality cotton and polyester which provides additional filter. The rubber tape allows to put the mask on your ears. The cotton face masks can be launder in 60 Celsius degrees and ironed in 120 Celsius degrees. It’s recommended to iron the product only from the side of the cotton layer to not damage the filter.

 

 

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