Morecambe Bay and Lakeland Fells:
Looking from Ashton Memorial, Lancaster across the Bay to Grange with the Lakeland District in the distance.
Set against the backdrop of the Lakeland Fells, the bay is an ever-changing world of water and sand. The whole bay area is an amazing place.
Morecambe Bay is never the same for two days running.
Not only does the weather change regularly, but the tides come sweeping in twice a day making for different appearances.
Many tons of sand can be lifted from one part of the bay and deposited in another.
In addition, the river channels running down the Bay regularly change.
Morecambe Bay is the second-largest bay in the UK- only the Wash is bigger.
Deep layers of sand and clay (up to 80 meters deep) blanket Morecambe Bay.
The scenic splendour of the bay with its spectacular sunsets makes it a special place for locals and visitors alike.