Forest Of Bowland
The Forest of Bowland is a true jewel of the English landscape. Proud possessor of the area of outstanding natural beauty status, this stunning part of the country offers you inspiring landscapes. Whether you’re out for a lazy afternoon drive, a stroll through heather-clad moorland, or powering up a muddy cycle track, this magical setting is the ideal place for a green getaway.
Visit Cobble Hey Farm and Gardens to admire their wonderful variety of animals and wildlife. You’ll love indulging on their scrumptious home-made treats and playing hide and seek in the spectacular gardens.
The Forest of Bowland is dotted with picturesque villages like Scorton. Make a stop off here for lunch at the welcoming Priory Inn or walkers favourite The Barn. Both have great spots to sit out and enjoy the slow-pace of village life. Fuelled up, you’ll be raring to get out into the hills and forests, fields and river banks – just waiting to be discovered by you.
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A pleasant two hour circular walk from Cobble Hey Farm across farmland paths and tracks and with some interesting bird life.
Discover the heritage of St. Mary’s Church in the village of Newchurch in Pendle. Tour of church and grounds followed by tea and cake.
Scorton, Nr Preston
Ride on the rolling country roads in the Borough of Wyre. Challenge yourself with some short but steep climbs and be rewarded with spectacular views of the Lune estuary and the Fylde coast.
Poulton Le Fylde
Childrens indoor play centre, slides, ball pits and separate areas for younger children. Hot and cold food served. Open daily
The Wyresdale Wheels Tramper is available to use, free of charge to enjoy tramping round Scorton!
A guided tour of the Civic Centre explaining the history of the building, the history of the Council, and how the two came together. Booking essential please ring 01995 602125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come to Beacon Fell Country Park this half-term and have fun learning about the bird life found in the Forest of Bowland Area of
Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Marine Splash water play area in Fleetwood opens from Saturday 30 April for the bank holiday weekend followed by weekends from 4 June and throughout the school summer holidays, from 12 noon until 5pm.
Please note: Marine Splash is open dependant on...
Thatched family-run establishment on canalside. Ideally located for business or pleasure guests. Cricket ground, crown green bowls and pavilion. Conference rooms. Private pavilion for functions.
The bonfire will be lit at 7pm and a firework display at 7.30pm
Warrenhurst Road, Fleetwood
Join Dick Gillingham and Kate Baird for a heritage walk around Fleetwood`s Memorial Park.
Ever wondered what you have seen on the beach? Now you can find out with WildAid.
Grade: easy (relatively level ground, fields, lanes and tracks, possibly with some gentle slopes, stiles or livestock).
Booking essential please ring 01995 602125.
Fleetwood Road North, Thornton Cleveleys
Twelve Restaurant and Lounge Bar is located beneath the sails of one of the tallest working windmills in Europe, the beautifully restored 18th century Marsh Mill at Thornton Cleveleys.
Poulton le Fylde
Lovingly crafted ice cream from a years old local family recipe which has been available to buy for over 60 years, fresh from the counter at this family owned and run cafe in the market town of Poulton le Fylde.
Ice Cream Kiosk on Fleetwood’s Esplanade serving ice cream and coffee all year round. Regular customers visit from all over Lancashire.
Find out about the history of Fleetwood’s shopping centre with Dick Gillingham from Fleetwood Museum.
Tatham, nr Bentham
“A surprise round every corner” is the most common response as
visitors encounter fountains, streams, ponds, sculpture, boathouses
and follies as Clearbeck House opens it's garden for the National Gardens Scheme.
Dunsop Bridge, Near Clitheroe
Since 2010, staff and students from Uclan’s archaeology degree course have been carrying out excavations above Whitewell in the Hodder valley. Join Rick Peterson, course leader, to hear a summary of their findings to date, and plans for the future.
Join the rangers on this early morning walk to watch brown hare and their antics. Weather permitting we’ll be able to observe the hares.