The Town that England Forgot


In the heart of the North West you will find sunny Morecambe Bay. Morecambe is a beautiful seaside town famed for art deco architecture, comedy geniuses, potted shrimps and its beautifully rich history. Once a thriving seaside holiday resort and former home of the Miss Great Britain beauty contest, Morecambe sadly suffered a decades-long decline in tourism and eventually became a forgotten hidden gem of England. The sunsets still burn as bright and as beautiful as ever and the once magnificent buildings still hold all of the magic and memories of days gone by. From the friendly locals to the stunning seaside town itself, I love Morecambe and I hope some of my adoration of my hometown rubs off on you in this section of my blog!


The Moby Dick and Morecambe

What started as an interesting chat over a glass of red wine with my dad, became somewhat of an obsession that I had to learn more about… What has Morecambe got to do with Moby Dick?! Many of you reading this may be lucky enough know exactly what I am talking about here, but for those of you who don’t, it’s a killer (whale)! – It was actually a sperm whale but for puns-sake…

The Morecambe Clean-Up

Do you love Morecambe as much as I do and can spare a few hours on SATURDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER to give our town a little TLC? Then come and help us out with The Morecambe Clean Up!

5 Facts About Morecambe Bay

Morecambe is a forgotten seaside town in the North West of England, however, this town has a show-stopping trick up its sleeve. Every evening the sun sets over the expansive Morecambe Bay, flooding the sky and the sea with colour. Just like the beautiful sunsets it hosts, Morecambe has so many wonderful little quirks that make it a wonderful place to live and visit.



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