A Summer of Opportunities and Events around the Bay!
Want to experience and explore some of the Bay's wonders? Join us for inspiring events and participation opportunities. There is something for everyone!
We have a host of activities and events allowing you to experience and explore Morecambe Bay's beautiful coastline, intriguing cultural heritage and abundant wildlife. Highlights of the programme include The Bay Archaeology Festival: Rediscovering the Bay's old ways. The Shifting Sands Symposium and 'Ducks and Chicks' walk. For those who want to get involved in conservation, we have ongoing bracken clearance
around nationally important scheduled monuments and beach cleans throughout the summer months. See website for details.
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. Early booking is recommended!
To celebrate the Festival of British Archaeology, we are hosting a packed programme of events as part of the Bay Archaeology Festival: Rediscovering the Bay's old ways.
Over two weeks between the 16 - 31 July, the festival includes fascinating lectures and guided walks and talks, to family fun days where budding young archaeologists can get involved with trails, art, dig boxes, re-enactment and Minecraft as well as Lego workshops!. So pop the dates in your diary and get involved, there is something for everyone.
The Shifting Sands Symposium
will be of interest to anyone involved in studying, monitoring, volunteering, managing or working on sand dunes or shingle. Some great presentations from the National Trust and RSPB. The highlight of the event will be visiting the shifting sand dunes at Walney and Lytham St Annes.
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!