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Wyre sits in the historic county of Lancashire in the northwest of England. Neighbours of the district include one of the countries most popular tourist destinations, Blackpool. Further down the road you'll find the seaside town Lytham St Annes and on the other side of Wyre you can discover the Forest of Bowland National Landscape, the city of Lancaster and the iconic Morecambe Bay.   

Just an hour's drive away you can visit the world famous Lake District, or the vibrant cities of Manchester and Liverpool.


Blackpool lies just down the coast from Fleetwood and is one of the UK's most popular seaside tourist destinations. Famous for its tower, ballroom and seafront, Blackpool is a great place to visit! It's main attractions include Blackpool Zoo, Blackpool Tower, three piers, the Pleasure Beach themepark, the Sandcastle waterpark, The Grand Theatre, The Winter Gardens and of course the illuminations. There's definitely something for everyone in Blackpool! Find out more by taking a look at the Visit Blackpool website

Lytham St Annes

Lytham St Annes is located just a short distance along the Fylde Coast. 
Lytham features the iconic windmill on the green and is also home to Lytham Hall, which boasts 80 acres of parkland. There is a wide variety of places in Lytham to eat and drink and some lovely boutique shops. It's also home to the annual Lytham Festival
St Annes-on-the-sea is home to a large white sandy beach, long promenade to take relaxing strolls down and a traditional pier. It is also home to the Royal Lytham St Annes golf club which is famous for the open tournaments it hosts. 
Find out more about things to do and places to stay in Lytham St Annes



Lancaster, a small city in the heart of Lancashire, is one of England's heritage cities and is famous for its rich history and culture. Visit the impressive castle which dates back over 1000 years and is still owned by Her Majesty the Queen. Lose yourself in Lancaster's compelling history by taking a visit to its fascinating museums.
Lancaster has plenty of independent shops where you can pick up the perfect gift, and award winning places to eat and drink. Find out more about Lancaster by going to the Visit Lancaster website


Morecambe enjoys a fantastic view of the Lakeland mountains from its famous bay. Enjoy the many pleasures of the seaside - flying kites, taking a walk along the promenade and building sandcastles. And don't forget to visit the Eric Morecambe statue, located on the award winning promenade.
Further down the road you'll find Happy Mount park which is home to swing-boats, mini-golf, trampolines, a miniature train, a splash park and a zip-wire which will keep the kids entertained for hours. 
Go to the Visit Morecambe website to find out more about Morecambe, including the best places to stay, eat and drink. 

The Lake District

Lake District National Park, now a World Heritage site, is England's largest national park. There are breathtaking lakes, enchanting valleys, soaring mountains and sandy coastlines. 
Popular regions in the Lake Distict include Windermere, Ambleside, Coniston, Keswick, Grasmere, Ullswater and many more. 
There's a ton of activities to do in the Lake Distict. Meet Peter Rabbit and his friends at the World of Beatrix Potter, go on a journey of underwater discovery at Lakes Aquarium, take a boat cruise across its famous waters, see some furry faces at the wildlife park or take part in some outdoor activities such as rock climbing, canoeing, rowing and much more. Visit the Lake District National Park website to discover more about places to stay, ways to travel and for more things to do.  

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