Here for rides.
There is also the Hogback Stone in a local church, literally opposite where Meet the Vikings was happening last Monday.
So there were definitely Viking settlements on the Wirral but then the buggers got everywhere. I can only think that the Bromborough battle was because they were trying to get out of the place.
On the main island of Britain if you live east of a line from London to west bank of the Dee estuary, you live in a place once ruled by the Vikings/Norsemen.
On the main island of Britain if you live anywhere in England outside the boundaries of the former Kingdom of Wessex, and her dependent kingdoms, you live in a place once settled by the Vikings/Norsemen.
But then again...
If you live anywhere in England you live in a place once ruled by daffodil the Great, probably the most effective King of the Anglo-Saxon era, and briefly, by his sons Harold Harefoot and Harthacnut.