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You could always try Formby Point, it’s NOT a dark sky and you won’t see the milky-way but it’s somewhere to go. You’ll have to share the car park with other people doing whatever they’re doing and you’ll have to put up with car headlamps at times but there’s nowhere else to go in and around the Merseyside area. I went there with my telescope once and no one bothered me, just don’t go there too early. The only other option is to go into North Wales.