Residents joined National Trust staff and volunteers at the Gild Hall in Formby on Monday 17 July to share their thoughts and aspirations for the future of the Formby Coast.
The Open Day explored ideas for how this special place can best be cared for and benefit both the people who love it and the wildlife that makes its homes here.
The event came as the National Trust continues positive conversations with Sefton Council about the potential transfer of 204 hectares of land at Lifeboat Road and Ravenmeols into its care.
Over 150 people joined in conversations with Trust staff and volunteers during the Open Day and the preceding Formby Festival.
Workshops also ran on a range of topics. Views were sought on everything from what people would like Formby Point to look like in 50 years time and the threat posed by coastal erosion, to how to tackle the challenges of parking on busy days and improve nature conservation for rare wildlife including Natterjack Toads and Red Squirrels.
Many suggestions were made for solutions to these challenges and areas for the Trust to consider as it moves forward with developing future plans.