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A village in Merseyside, England.
Origin: Probably from Ægenwulf (given name, see also Ægen) and dæl. May have been influenced by Einulfr (given name) and dalr. Listed in the Domesday Book as Einulvesdel.
Ainsdale is a village in the borough of Sefton, Merseyside, England, situated three miles south of Southport, of which it is a suburb. At the 2001 Census it had a population of 12,723. It makes up the southern edge of the town, bordering Formby. The village and roads leading to the beach are middle class areas, with some new modern developments around the station including the addition of the private estate Village Row in 2006 and the Belway estate in 2013.
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