Maghull Division

Division Commissioner: Helen Fawcett

Maghull is a town and a civil parish and has many ancient monuments, it is mentioned in the Domesday book in 1086 as having 50 inhabitants; one of the oldest monuments is the chapel built around 1215.

Maghull is divided by the Leeds Liverpool Canal and the Trans-Pennine Trail, a long distance footpath which dissects the country; Maghull also follows the line of old Cheshire Lines railway.

Lydiate which forms part of Maghull boasts the oldest pub in the historic county of Lancashire, The Scotch Piper.

Frank Hornby of Meccano toys was a resident in Maghull and was laid to rest in St Andrews churchyard.