Priest Skear-Morecambe Bay:
Close to the shore in Morecambe Bay near between Bolton-le-Sands and Hest Bank is a sandbank known as Priest Skear.
Leighton Moss Bird Watching reserve is one of the North West’s best year-round bird watching sites.
The RSPB Leighton Moss Nature Reserve is 4 miles
Here are 3 Stunning Lakeland Woods Walks:Cumbria contains a wealth of wonderful woods in beautiful settings.Many of these woods are managed by the Woodland
Milnthorpe is probably not the first place to go to when visiting the South Lakes.
It is only seven miles south of Kendal and
Arnside Viaduct – Spectacular Engineering:Arnside Viaduct was built in 1857 across the Kent Estuary linking the Furness Railway to Barrow-in-Furness (then a new iron
Cycling in the Lake District:Cumbria and the Lake District is definitely made for cycling..From the Morecambe Bay cycle route to more challenging off-road mountain
Arnside Tower House is located over in Far Arnside and was built close to the old agricultural and fishing community.
It was originally referred
As you travel along the A6 between Levens and Milnthorpe you will see a round grey tower, on the hilltop close to
Kents Bank – Grange-over-Sands
The pretty village of Kents Bank is the setting for Lothlorien holiday cottage.
This Grange-over-Sands holiday accommodation is situated on
Bird watching on the bay makes Morecambe Bay one of the finest sites for birdwatching in Britain.
Centred on the 310 square kilometres of