Ideas to Inspire you
Whether you’re new to the area or you’re returning to Wyre, take some time to visit the unique and wonderful sights on offer. Here’s our top ten highlights not to be missed…
1. Follow the Mythic Trail at Cleveleys Beach. Did you know, there's a series of sculptures and interpretative art along the promenade in Cleveleys that brings to life an illustrated book by children's author Gareth Thompson - The Sea Swallow. The Mythic Coast Trail Book can be purchased at a Wyre Tourist Information Centre.
2. Explore Fleetwood’s Memorial Park. Now is the time to discover this wonderful park that lies in the heart of Fleetwood town. It's steeped in local history and tells the story of Fleetwood and its people in every feature.
3. Take a trip to the theatre. With not one but two theatres in Wyre there's always a show to catch, a play to enjoy or a comedy night lined up. Make sure you see what's on at Thornton Little Theatre and Marine Hall, Fleetwood.
4. Get outdoors at Wyre Estuary Country Park.There's no better place to get some fresh air than this beautiful country park in Stanah, Thornton. With walks to follow, a children's play area, picnic sites and cafe you could spend the whole day there.
5. Delve into the Forest of Bowland. A stunning part of the country, this area of outstanding natural beauty is a must.
6. Go through the doors of the Grade II* Marsh Mill windmill. Have you ever fancied a peek inside a windmill - now's your chance. Book onto one of the regular guided tours.
7. Shop till you drop at Fleetwood Market, it's a great seaside shopping experience!
8. Discover our lovely towns and villages. Where will you go first? Poulton, Fleetwood, Garstang, Cleveleys or one of our lovely little villages.
9. See what you can spot at Rossall Observation Tower. You can't miss it, situated on Rossall Promenade between Cleveleys and Fleetwood - learn about the coastal environment, bird life and plant life or just enjoy the view.
10. Take a walk along the Lancaster Canal in Garstang or enjoy a trip between Carnforth and Lancaster by this most scenic canal.