The seaside village of Bardsea lies on the Furness Peninsula, standing on the west side of Morecambe Bay and to the south west of the town of Ulverston. Bardsea was part of the county of Lancashire until the county boundary changes of 1974
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The impressive remains of an abbey founded by Stephen, later King of England, including much of the east end and west tower of the church, the ornately...
The Common is crisscrossed by footpaths leading through the heather, ferns and pasture offering stunning views of the Lakeland fells to the north and the...
You will find a diverse range of events and activities at The Forum, Aiming to bring exciting entertainment to Barrow-in-Furness.
Ulverston is a fine market town in the centre of the Furness peninsula, with old buildings and a labyrinth of cobbled streets.
This quaint and uncrowded gem of a village vividly retains much of it's ancient charm and atmosphere. The ancient parish was traditionally known as the Land of...
Providing a habitat for a number of species of orchid and the rare Natterjack Toad, which is to be found in only 40 places in Britain.
A fascinating collection of some 30,000 exhibits which trace the development of road transport throughout the twentieth century - motor cars, motorbikes,...
Walney Island lies to the west of Barrow-in-Furness, to which it is connected by bridge. Walney is the eighth largest island in England.
Developed by Art Gene and Morecambe Bay Partnership. These 5 maps, from the islands of Barrow to Cockerham, plot the hidden assets of this spectacular area.
Breath-taking views, stunning artwork and endless forest trails, come and discover all that Grizedale has to offer! Explore the forest on two wheels, foot or...
The most popular tourist attraction in the Lake District, Windermere Lake Cruises sails every day except Christmas Day on England’s largest lake.
Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway in the picturesque Leven Valley at the southern end of Windermere.
Access to the island is by ferry, which runs every weekend from Roa Island throughout the summer, starting at Easter time and ending in early autumn
Barrow’s biggest & best fitness provider: Group exercise/studio classes. Fantastic swimming pool. Fantastic Kids classes & fun pool inflatable sessions
The long tradition of racing at Cartmel was started by the monks from Cartmel Priory in the 12th Century. The Whit Holiday Races have been a feature of the...
Home to over 1,000 of the rarest animals, get as close as possible to experience these amazing creatures & participate in animal feeding experiences.
A very important Gothic revival country house with few peers in the north west; the distinctive two towers of the front elevation are an important local...
Beautiful open views if the bay, wide expanse of grass and sand dunes, a long stretch of beach with sand and pebbles – this was a fantastic place!
Perfect for leisure tourists preferring self catering short breaks in Barrow-in-Furness. Or a home from home for travelling professionals.
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