A new holiday park off Tully Street in St Helens is on the cards, with developers seeking an amendment to the planning scheme to make the vision a reality.
If approved, the holiday park would be built on the site of the former school, with the existing buildings to be refurbished as part of the development.
The application said there would be a variety of accommodation types including powered caravan sites, self-contained cabins, safari tents with en-suites and dorms.
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There would also be communal areas including barbecue shelters, volleyball courts, a playground, swimming pool, and the existing basketball court.
The site would also see the creation of a maritime museum.
The proposal will be open for comment until August 25.