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 walk through a beautiful Bowland valley looking for the area’s
special birds and other wildlife. Hen harriers, peregrines, ring ouzels
and wheatears are some of the exciting species that we’ll be
Goosnargh, Near Preston
Have fun learning camouflage with the rangers at Beacon Fell
Country Park. Suitable for children from five to 14 years and over if
accompanied by an adult. Café on site.
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.
Discover the ancient parish of Bleasdale whether on foot or by Tramper.
Fleetwood Road North, Thornton Cleveleys
A range of Maureen’s floral work in acrylic, watercolour and mixed media.
off Warrenhurst Road, Fleetwood
Discover who lives in the Memorial Park Bug Hotel with the Ranger Team. Grade: easy. For more information telephone 01253 891000.
Thornton Cleveleys is famous for its miles of beaches – the perfect place for a family day out. Enjoy fish and chips and an ice cream while you take in the stunning views or enjoy a stroll along the award winning newly renovated promenade.
A pleasant two hour circular walk from Cobble Hey Farm across farmland paths and tracks and with some interesting bird life.
Family-run hotel situated on the Esplanade at Fleetwood. One of the towns more popular places to stay, with impressive views over Morecambe Bay.
The whimbrel, a small relative of the curlew, uses Barnacre Reservoir as an important staging post on its journey from Africa to Iceland. Come and watch the spectacular sight as these beautiful birds fly into roost at dusk.
Nestled in the picturesque village of Scorton and popular with walkers, The Priory Inn offers a warm welcome to all visitors. The Priory has evolved from a blacksmiths into the boutique hotel, café bar and restaurant.
A fine Georgian country house. Grade II listed with delightful 2-acre garden. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Th'Owd Tithe Barn is a characterful canalside pub situated in the market town of Garstang.
A walk with the Wyre Waters Partnership marine biologist and the rangers to explore the wildlife of the Wyre Estuary Saltmarsh.
Professor Nick Barratt (as seen on TV) is a professional historian and broadcaster, best known for his work as a television presenter and head of genealogy on BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are and Hidden House Histories.
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...
Find out how our many miles of hedgerows are managed. Take part in a hedgelaying workshop for beginners, try your hand at competing with the professionals or come and meet farmers and countryside managers. Small charge to enter competition.
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.
A delightful walk through the Brock valley. Dogs on a lead welcome.
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.