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Who doesn’t remember childhood days spent at the seaside? Building sandcastle works of art, begging for ice cream, wobbling along the beach on the back of a donkey and beating your parents at crazy golf – great memories that you’re sure to want your own children to have.
Prime sandcastle sand can be found on the main beaches at St Annes, Blackpool, Cleveleys, Fleetwood and Morecambe. During the summer there are donkeys on the beach at St Annes and Blackpool (check in advance as they are entitled to one day off a week) and Fleetwood beach is a good place for budding crabbers.
For a real traditional vibe pack a picnic, grab your kite and hire a beach hut for the day at St Annes.
Finish the day eating fish and chips (with plenty of salt & vinegar) whilst watching the sunset.
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Discover Fleetwood’s picturesque waterfront and seafront splash zone, dine al fresco in the family dining area and the ever popular beach playground. These attractions coupled with some great family friendly events make for a perfect break.
The highly-popular Blackpool Resort Pass is back for 2016 – and it’s bigger and better than ever before! The pass is a fantastic way to enjoy the resort’s top attractions and save money at the same time.
Come and celebrate the birds and wildlife of Morecambe Bay. The TERN project is a stunning series of sculptures situated along Morecambe's promenade for you to discover. Pick up a trail leaflet from Morecambe Visitor Information Centre.
Lytham St Annes
Beach Huts return to the Fylde Coast! Enjoy the stunning scenery of the picturesque seaside resort of Lytham St Annes. Long sunny summer days, bright winter afternoons, and stunning sunsets. Even blustery days can be a treat when wrapped up well.
Following years of coastal investment, Morecambe is proud of its new glistening sands and 5 miles of level promenade. The Stone Jetty, with its Tern Project inspired by the Bay's wildlife, has become a place of fun and artistic beauty,
Extensively refurbished over recent years, Morecambe Promenade is a clean, flat, accessible area perfect for a stroll along the seafront, stretching 5 miles. The Stone Jetty has also been revamped as an area for public art and games.
Once a cotton port for Lancaster in the 18th century, there is still evidence of its former days, including the 'Cotton Tree' and Sambo's Grave. Beware of fast moving tides in this area, which cover the road.
Rising 42 feet above the sand dunes, climb to the top and enjoy views across Morecambe Bay and towards Blackpool. Get involved in events, walks and tours from the Tower.
The Stone Jetty is all that remains of the former harbour, built around 1853, but was rebuilt and extended during 1994/95 as part of the coastal defence work to combine a series of circular pavement features incorporating pavement games.
Work has started on a new £62m seafront at Blackpool. The government-funded scheme in Blackpool is the biggest civil engineering programme even undertaken in the resort.
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