6 Top Lake District and Lancashire Photography days on the edges of Morecambe Bay

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6 Top Lake District and Lancashire Photography days on the edges of Morecambe Bay

Morecambe Bay is actually a multiple estuary with 5 rivers draining into it. The area is approx 120 square miles stretching from Walney Island near Barrow in Furness to Fleetwood.

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1 MORECAMBE & HEYSHAM PENINSULA

Sunderland Point (tidal) is a quirky village where the River Lune meets the sea. One visitor attraction is Sambo’s grave. There are seabirds, boats and views towards Glasson Dock and Fleetwood. Toilets are available which are kindly  looked after by the local  residents.  Sunderland Point

The Heysham Coast. The 8th century St Patrick’s Chapel is popular with photographers with views across to Black Combe and Grange over Sands, there are a few ruins remaining including the famous stone ‘open graves’ which were features on a Black Sabbath album cover. Adjacent is St Peter’s Church, Heysham, a church building has…

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