Get out there! Explore Morecambe Bay in new ways - join in with our events this Spring.

Get out there this Spring!

Want to explore the Bay in new ways? Whether you're into birds, bikes, art or edibles, have fun and enjoy the wonders of our beautiful Bay area this Spring.

Perhaps you'd like to learn to identify bird song, create art on the beach, forage around the coastline or take to your bike for a gentle ride around Morecambe? Take a look at our Spring events leaflet or search our events here. Early booking is recommended!

We're excited about our Bay Archaeology Festival: Rediscovering the Bay's old ways, taking place 16 - 31 July. There will be walks, talks, guest speakers and lots of family fun - so pop the dates in your diary and look out for more details, coming soon.

If you love the Bay and want to help protect and preserve it, why not join a beach clean or conservation work day, bashing bracken or helping to clear invasive species? New events are added throughout the year, so please do check back here regularly.

We also have lots of training opportunities coming up - from becoming a history detective and uncovering a place's hidden past, to learning to undertake bird surveys so we can keep track of our feathered friends and help them to flourish in the Bay.

And if you have some spare time, some skills to offer and a willingness to get involved, we're keen to hear from new volunteers - please do contact us to find out about our current volunteer and training opportunities.

We hope to see you at one of our events soon!

Fishy Tales: Family Storytelling Event

Wednesday 6 April, 2pm-4pm  Ford Park, Ulverston

Join storyteller Jeff Wallcook for entertaining and enlightening stories inspired by fishing histories of the Bay, your landscape, and by you.  

Jeff will have you laughing, listening and even joining in as he regales you with local stories, and helps to weave a brand new tale - your tale, ready to be cast and told far and wide.

Suitable for ages 5+. £2. Book now.

Family Cycle Ride around Morecambe

Sunday 10 April, 1-4pm. Meeting at Salt Ayre Sports Centre

Join us for a gentle, flat, guided family cycle ride of around 10 miles, in partnership with Sustrans. We'll take in part of the new Bay Cycle Way (Route 700) to Morecambe, going on to Hest Bank and along the Lancaster canal before returning to Salt Ayre.
There'll be opportunities for loos, brews and most importantly, fantastic views, along the way.

£2. Book now.

Eider Courtship Walk

Sunday 24 April, Bardsea

Join eider expert, Mike Douglas, for an opportunity to view some of the Bay’s most beautiful birds, eider ducks, as they engage in their seasonal courtship rituals on this outdoor walk around the Leven Estuary.
Tickets: £4 Book now.

Training in Bird Surveying

Thursday 14 April, Kent's Bank

We're offering free bird surveying training for anyone who'd like to help record the Bay's birds. We'll learn about recognising behaviour and recording this, how to map sightings and work out territories.
 Find out more.

Become a History Detective

Saturdays 30 April and 7 May - Ulverston

Training in documentary research. In a small group learn how to delve into historical records and documentary evidence of key sites around the Bay and help us to understand and record these. 
Find out more.
Image credits: Steve Barber, Peter Cairns/2020VISION, South Lakes Ecology, Susannah Bleakley

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