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Birthplace of:
Dame Thora Hird Eric Morecambe Wayne Hemmingway
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Food Legends:
Morecambe Bay Shrimps
Folk Customs:
Holcombe Hill Egg Rolling
Preston Gulid
Saddleworth Rush Cart
The Bacup Coco-Nutters

Morecambe Events

Abbey Fair

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St Winifreds Hotel
"I stayed at St. Winifred's for just two night, I wished had been longer. The room was very comfortable, it had a great view of the bay and the lake district ..." More

Regent Leisure Park
"Regent park seems to get better and better. When we first bought our holiday home there it was good, but now there's so much to do for the whole family. The ..." More

The Clifton Hotel
"Good Points: a good and central place to stay when you visiting the midlands Bad Points: the breakfast was disappointing General review: good

Date visited: 2010-06-15 ..." More

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been here three times-going again 9/9/06. love the place,very friendly ...More

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Morecambe Bay is a large sandy bay in the north west of England, reaching from Walney Island in the north to Fleetwood in the south. It offers residents and visitors some spectacular views and remarkable sunsets across the Bay towards the Lake District. Between Walney Island and Fleetwood at the mouth of the Bay, and the coastline behind, is an area of 195sq miles. At extreme low tides 120sq miles are exposed as a sandy desert. It is the largest continuous intertidal area in Britain. The Bay is fed by five rivers - the Leven, the Kent, the Keer, the Lune and the Wyre and it is this bay that attracts “Twitchers” (birdwatchers) to come and watch the largest wader population in the UK a fact that is internationally recognised as it is designated a Special Protection Area for birds. In times long gone travellers to Cartmel and the Furness Peninsula used to cross the sands at Morecambe Bay rather than take the long way round, today there are organised Cross Bay Walks – the dangers of attempting this alone and without guidance cannot be underestimated and for this reason these walks must be undertaken with a qualified guide who can not only highlight the dangers but identify some interesting aspects of the walk. Guides have been used employed by the Duchy of Lancaster since 1536 and today they are there to make your trip enjoyable. Morecambe has plenty of other distractions to offer both resident and visitor, there is the Stone Jetty – the present one on the side of the former harbour built around 1835. IN the late 18th century there was a railway line from here to Hest Bank where it linked with the Lancaster Carlisle line and helped trade flourish in the area for a period. Dome people will still remember the harbour when it was used as a ship breakers giving employment to the local population in the 1920’s and 30’s. There are quiet gardens to enjoy around Happy Mount Park, or take a trip to the hustle and bustle of Morecambe’s markets, or simply take a stroll through the town and enjoy some of the Art Deco architecture that peppers the street scene.


Riverside Caravan Park
Venture Caravan Park

Care Home

Eric Morecambe House
Morecambe Bay Care Home


Apollo 4 Cinema


Dance - Tina Donald School of Dance
Yoga - Kundalini Yoga & Ayurveda


Gables Dental Practice
Princes Crescent Dental Practice


Coastal Medical Group
Dr Forsyth AS & Partner
Morecambe Health Centre
Westgate Medical Practice

Estate Agent

Farrell Heyworth Estate Agents
Farrell Heyworth Estate Agents
Jessops Estatee Agents
Mapp Estates
Reeds Rains Estate Agents
Thompson Estate Agency

Golf Club

Morecambe Golf Club

Holiday Park

Regent Leisure Park


Festival Market
Morecambe Sunday Market

Pub and Bar

Lord Nelson
Smugglers Den


Blue Mountain
Honey Tree


David Baines
James Wilson Inc


848 Taxi Co Ltd
A B C Taxis
Coast To Coast Taxis

Coastal Taxis
Dolphin Taxis
Go Cabs


Bay Veterinary Groupv

Sports Clubs

Heysham Atoms ARLFC (Rugby League)
Lancaster Morecambe TTL (Table Tennis)
Morecambe (Football)
Morecambe and Heysham Yacht Club (Sailing)
Morecambe CC (Cricket)
Riverside Lancaster Judo Club (Martial Arts)


Robinson's Florist
Blanco's Pet Shop
The Village Pet Store
King's Chemist
Moon & Coxhill
Greenwoods Ltd
Genius Menswear Ltd

The Bay Gallery
Gallery 303
Crescent Gallery
Ribbons and Roses
Barratt Shoes
Yorkshire Street Pets
JCF Jigsaw Library


Tyson Antiques
Vescovi G
Lamplight Antiques
Clock Tower Antiques
Morecambe Antiques Centre


The Ultimate Laser Adventure(Adventure)
Morecambe Superbowl(Bowling)

Places to Stay near Morecambe

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The Crown Hotel (0.24 miles)

The Crown Hotel
The Crown Hotel is ideally situated on Morecambe's promenade with views across Morecambe Bay towards the South Lake District. All rooms are furnished to a high standard with contemporary oak furniture, flat-screen TVs, a sitting ... More | visit website
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Eidsforth Hotel (0.30 miles)

Eidsforth Hotel

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The Eidsforth Hotel is a well established family run hotel offering breathtaking views of Morecambe Bay & Lakeland hills. Ideally situated for easy access to the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales ... More

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The Midland House (0.31 miles)

The Midland House
Beautifully, meticulously, and lovingly restored, the Midland is an Art Deco-inspired tour de force with 44 modern 30s-inspired rooms, 6 rooftop suites, a top-notch restaurant and ultra-stylish bar.The Midland has that touch of class. Genius-architect ... More | visit website
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Yacht Bay View Hotel (0.47 miles)

Yacht Bay View Hotel
Fantastic sea views are afforded from our quiet, friendly guest house offering first class accommodation.All rooms have modern ensuites with luxury toiletries and comfortable beds. Our superior doubles and single rooms have sea ... More | visit website
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Ashley Guest House (0.55 miles)

Ashley Guest House

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Situated in a prominent position on Morecambe seafront, the 'Ashley Guest House' commands breathtaking views over Morecambe Bay and to the Lake District hills beyond. We are a family run ... More

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Silverwell Guest House (0.57 miles)

Silverwell Guest House
The Proprietors would like to offer you a warm welcome to The Silverwell guest house. The hotel is a 14-bedroomed, licensed hotel ideally situated just yards from Morecambe's beach which offers panoramic views of the ... More | visit website
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The Sea Lynn (0.63 miles)

The Sea Lynn
Morecambe is famous for its stunning views and sunsets, which can be enjoyed from the guest lounge or by strolling the short distance to the promenade. And you won't be short of things to do, ... More | visit website
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Strathmore Hotel (0.67 miles)

Strathmore Hotel
Hotels in Morecambe are famous for extending a warm and friendly welcome to all travellers. Now you can experience this world-famous hospitality for yourself by staying with us at the Strathmore Hotel Morecambe. Our hotel ... More | visit website
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The Clarendon (0.69 miles)

For over 100 years this charming 19th Century building has provided guests with a warm and friendly welcome combined with breathtaking views and spectacular sunsets over Morecambe Bay.Recently refurbished throughout; this award-winning hotel is ideally ... More | visit website
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Balmoral Hotel (0.79 miles)

Balmoral Hotel
The Balmoral Hotel is situated on the promenade, overlooking Morecambe Bay, which is renowned for its superb sunsets against the Lake District Mountains.

The Hotel is well established and family run, offering excellent cuisine ... More | visit website

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