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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Take part in the National MCS Beach Clean and Beachwatch event. Tools provided.
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Discover the seven Wyreside Lakes, either on foot or by tramper, the woodlands and grasslands looking out for the wildlife particularly the birds. Booking essential please ring 01995 602125.
We meet at Barley car park and climb Pendle Hill, this time from Ogden Reservoir and Boar Clough, returning via Black Moss and the sculpture trail in Aitken Wood. Great views of Pendleside!
The Wyresdale Wheels Tramper is available to use, free of charge to enjoy tramping round Scorton!
A talk by local historian Dr Brenda Fox about the history of Garstang United Reformed Church. Booking essential please ring 01995 602125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A walk, with a talk, around the Bleasdale Estate about the effect of World War 1 on the area. Booking essential please ring 01995 602125 or email email@example.com. Grade: easy.
A circular walk using old footpaths and passing through part of Brock Valley and by local ancient farms with spectacular views of the Bowland Fells and much more! Booking essential please ring 01995 602125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
An open drop in event which members of the public can attend to bring up any concerns they may have to police or other partners
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.
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A day packed with activities and fun at Beacon Fell Country Park.
Fleetwood Road, Thornton
An exhibition of local landscapes and contemporary photography by Simon Ray
Rough Lea Road Car Park Cleveleys
An open drop in event which members of the public can attend to bring up any concerns they may have to police or other partners.
Care about the seas, our beaches and our wildlife? Heard about all the marine litter in our seas? Working in partnership with Love my Beach let’s all try and make a difference.
Thornton Little Theatre is the place to go for live music, comedy, drama, dance, workshops and much more.
Find out about the history of Pilling Pig Railway, by taking a stroll on parts of the disused railway line.
A fine Georgian country house. Grade II listed with delightful 2-acre garden. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Come and enjoy pond dipping at Beacon Fell Country Park.
Wander the pastures of Abbeystead. Booking essential please ring 10995 602125 or email email@example.com. Grade: moderate (uneven ground, fields, lanes and tracks with some moderate slopes, expect stiles/livestock), 6 miles.
Join the Rangers as they watch the last of our summer and first wintering birds migrate over Rossall Point. We will walk to Rossall Point and watch from the observation tower.
A circular walk using footpaths, towpath and fields including a flight of 39 steps from the river up to the Rennie aqueduct. Booking essential please ring 01995 602125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.