Discover the intriguing history of the Bay with some great events in the next few weeks…

Discover the Bay’s fascinating stories from our veteran fishermen, the secrets of Warton’s Iron Age hillfort and Piel’s medieval castle ruins.  
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Discover the intriguing history of the Bay with some great events in the next few weeks… 

Jack Manning knows more than anyone about the history of local fishing.  He’s one of our favourite people, and always a pleasure to listen to, so we really hope that you will join us to hear Jack on Saturday 15 August at 2pm in Grange.  Book now.

Everything that you learn about a place makes it more yours and more fascinating. 

Together with our volunteer history detectives, and professional archaeologists too, we’ve been learning much more about the Bay’s history over recent months.  Our Heritage Open Days  on 12 & 13 September at Warton Crag and Piel offer fascinating new insights to these sites and their secrets.  Places are limited, so please book now

We’re looking forward to welcoming you at these events over the summer. 

And, we continue with other events including beach cleans. Joining in a beach clean is one of the simplest and most satisfying ways to help keep the Bay looking great; the volunteers are friendly and the sun always shines.  Well, at least one of these statements is true… Next dates: 8, 9, 15, 22, 30 Aug. 2, 12, 19, 26 Sept.

A History of Local Fishing

Saturday 15 August, 2pm

Discover the precious fishing heritage of Morecambe Bay through the eyes of one of Cumbria’s best known fishermen, Jack Manning. 
Victoria Hall, Grange-over-Sands.
FREE please book.

Guided walk, tour Piel Castle

Saturday 12 September 4 – 7pm

A unique chance to explore the historically important but often overlooked site of Piel Castle as part of Heritage Open Days. Guided walk to the island and tour of the remains. Booking essential as places are limited.

Warton Crag Hillfort Walk

Sun 13 Sept, 1pm
A special Heritage Open Day guided tour to understand and explore the nationally important archaeological remains over the summit of Warton Crag.
FREE, booking required.

Sea Life Discovery event

Sat 26 Sept, 2.30pm
Discover what lives beneath the waves with Lancashire Marine Conservation Society. iIllustrated talk and guided exploration of our local marine and beach life. Heysham village,booking essential.

Getting Salt from Sands

Sat 3 October, 2pm
Morecambe Bay’s forgotten industry will be rediscovered through this talk by salt expert Andrew Fielding in Silverdale. Learn how Bay salt was made, when and where. Booking required

Tide Times (Morecambe)


10 August 2022

Time Type Height
05:01 low 1.91m
10:36 high 8.49m
17:31 low 1.79m
22:59 high 8.96m

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