Maghull (/məˈɡʌl/ mə-GUL) is a town and civil parish in Sefton, Merseyside. Historically in Lancashire, the town is north of Liverpool and south of Ormskirk in West Lancashire. The area also contains Ashworth Hospital.
Maghull had a population of 20,444 at the 2011 Census. Housing in the town is going on for entirely a 20th-century concurrence of semi-detached and unapproachable housing although remains of the indigenous town do exist. The town has had an elected council past the Local Government Act 1894 like the management set going on a network of local governance across England. Following the Local Government Act 1974, the council untouched its say from a parish to a town council.
Maghull itself is situated north of the world well-known Aintree Village home of the Grand National horse race. A common consensus along with residents is that they tone maghull lives in the shadow of the Old Roan and its residents such as the infamous Jack “Momo” Morris. Magwoolians as they are dotingly known to locals by are acknowledged conservative voters and stern royalists as shown by the constant display of British and English flags. It is the home of many pubs which are of low feel and bland in comparison to the oldy club just south of Switch Island.