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Wray

Type:Village

Lancashire

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Wray
Wray is the Scarecrow Village of Lancashire, England.
The Village boasts a Post Office and General Store, 2 Pubs, tea rooms, a new Cafe at Bridge House Farm, and of course the beautiful scenery and walks which surround the Village including the banks of the River Roeburn.
Wray is also a wifi hotspot, with a project being run there by Lancaster University using a Locust World system of meshboxes to share the signal out to all the villagers.

The charming village is also home to famed festival of scarecrows held each year in, which attracts a lot of visitors over the Bank Holiday and features a fair as well as the parade.

Directions

Road Directions

M6 J34 and A683 away from Lancaster. Right fork after Farleton to Wray.
A683 from Kirkby Lonsdale on the A65.

Public Transport Directions

Bus from Lancaster and Kirkby Lonsdale.

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