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  • YOUR CASE



    Morecambe Bay shrimper Chris Station almost pulled a mussel when he lifted his bulging nets from the sea. But instead of a bumper catch of crustaceans what he found was an old sea chest, complete with a treasure map showing the location of the ill-gotten gains of an old Caribbean pirate, hidden on a small island somewhere in the Bay. Solve the clues to find the location of the treasure - you might win a prize and be squids in!

    Heysham to Silverdale



    This Trail explores the delightful villages of Heysham, Bolton-le-Sands and Silverdale which are set around the edge of Morecambe Bay and provides views across the Bay which are undoubtedly some of the best in the whole of Lancashire.

    The Trail starts in the quaint former fishing village of Heysham whose charming cottages are set below a headland which provides stunning views across the Bay to the Lake District mountains. On the headland are the remains of St. Patrick’s Chapel, built in the 8th Century and in the ruins of the Chapel are graves hewn out of the solid rock which are thought to be unique. After exploring the canal-side village of Bolton-le-Sands the Trail ends on the shore of the Bay at the village of Silverdale. The drive to Silverdale passes through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a unique landscape of wooded limestone hills.


    This is a driving and walking Trail which starts in Heysham and ends in Silverdale, finishing on the shore of the Bay. The Trail will take about 3 hours with 23 miles of driving and 3.2 miles of walking. There are steps along the route which make it unsuitable for wheelchairs and a narrow access to these steps makes it unsuitable for anything but light pushchairs which can be lifted over.

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    WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
    Did the Heysham to Silverdale trail today. The kids loved it. The adults REALLY loved it!