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937 AD, for the first time the English, as a nation, stand together to face an invading army near place now known as Brunanburh. Under their king, Aethelstan, they face a combined Norse and Scots army. From the initial landing of the invaders to their final destruction, the author leads us to the battlefield around Bruna's burh. The location and structure of this feature along with the size of the two armies is laid out in the geography of the Wirral. From the battlefield to the feature known as Dingesmere we can follow the routes of the defeated Norse coalition. The journey along the routes to Dingesmere will challenge the reader to look at this battle, its location and the size of the forces involved in a new light. The reader's journey starts with a battle and the battle was fought on the Wirral.