Morecambe Bay

Welcome to MorecambeBay.com  -  Please see the newly added 'Bay Area Guide'

Morecambe Bay is part of the north west coastline of England and lies across the counties of Lancashire and Cumbria, a few miles south of the Lake District. Over 120 square miles of sand are revealed when the tide goes out, making it truly remarkable, because it supports a unique way of life for the fisherfolk who ‘follow the sands’. Visitors can venture onto the sands when guided by Cedric Robinson MBE, the official guide, on one of his famous Morecambe Bay Walks - please click the 'Bay Walks' button, above.

For the visitor, the Morecambe Bay Area encompasses a great many beautiful and interesting towns and villages, including the Arnside - Silverdale Area designated as an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. The City of Lancaster contains a wealth of historic attractions including the Maritime Museum, the Castle and the prominent white Victorian domed building; the Ashton Memorial - which offers spectacular views across Morecambe Bay. Morecambe and Grange Over Sands are classic seaside towns, each with their own character. Please click on the 'Bay Area Guide' button above, followed by the 'Maps' button.

This site is run by Peter Cherry and was launched in June 2011 to coincide with the publication of his new book of photographs: 'Cherry’s Morecambe Bay’. Click the 'New Book' button above, to find out more. This site will grow over time, so please return now and then, to see what’s happening in the Morecambe Bay Area.

To join the Morecambe Bay Walks guided by Cedric Robinson MBE ( subject to places being available ) or just find out about them, please click the above 'Bay Walks' button. The Bay Walks page gives the phone number of the Grange Over Sands Tourist Information Office, who are co-ordinating the walk bookings.

Six, free video clips about the current life of Cedric Robinson MBE are available if you click the above ‘Video Clips’ button.

To find out about Peter Cherry’s new full colour photo book 'Cherry’s Morecambe Bay’, published in June 2011, please click the ‘New Book’ button above.

You can download the edited text of Peter Cherry’s first book entitled ‘On Morecambe Bay’ free of charge and read it on screen or print it out if you wish. This is about 8,700 words and will print on 10 pages of A4. Simply click the ‘Free Text' button above.

Please also visit www.PeterCherry.com by clicking the above button.


Above Photograph by Peter Cherry:  A sunset view westwards down the estuary of the River Kent at Arnside.