We ask the people of Liverpool: Where’s your favourite place for a winter walk?

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Liverpool Cathedral, Albert Dock, Calderstones Park - watch the video to find out more places Liverpudlians love to visit.

Being at one with nature is an instant mood booster - just be sure to wrap up.

With a lack of sunlight thought to be one of the leading causes of a drop in mood during winter, it's a great excuse to get out and about.

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We're lucky to have some absolutely breathtaking places on our doorstep. But where is the best place for a winter walk in Merseyside?

Jean tells us her favourite place for a winter walkJean tells us her favourite place for a winter walk
Jean tells us her favourite place for a winter walk | Local TV

"I like going up to the cathedral"

Jean from Woolton says: "I like going up to the cathedral. If I've got problems, I'll go up and light a candle if someone's ill. It's just my favourite place the cathedral."

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Linda tells us her favourite place for a winter walk | Local TV

"The Albert Dock. I the love music"

Linda from The Wirral said: "I like it around here (Church street) because that's where all the entertainment is, and if I think their song is good enough, they'll get money off me! I love music."

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Robin tells us his favourite place for a winter walk | Local TV

"Calderstones. It's a nice park, quite spacious."

Robin, who lives in South Liverpool, says: "Calderstones, I go there quite regularly. It's just nice. I play boules there in the summer, it's a nice park, quite spacious."

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