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You could always try the car park at Formby Point, that’s about 16 miles and 45 minutes drive. Although it’s not a dark sky site, you still get some light poluttion from Formby but at least the trees manage to mask most of it. I went there a few months ago with my telescope, it was OK although I had to share it with other people but at least they left me alone and you’ll have the problem of car headlights coming towards you but you can minimize the effect of that by choosing your site carefully.