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Hilbre Island is the largest of a group of three islands at the mouth of the estuary of the River Dee, which is a part of the estuary Site of Special Scientific Interest. The island is currently uninhabited.

Hilbre Island is approximately 47,000 square metres (11.6 acres) in area, and lies about 1.6 km (0.99 mi) from Red Rocks, the nearest part of the mainland of the Wirral Peninsula. The other two islands are called Middle Eye (or in older sources Middle Island), which is about...
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