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Connecting with nature is vital for our health and happiness but if you struggle with poor health or mobility, getting outside isn't always easy.
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Morecambe Bay Partnership

Morecambe Bay Partnership is a charity with a vision for a thriving bay, rich in landscape, wildlife and culture which connects and inspires residents and visitors alike.

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Upcoming Events

BOOM botanical watercolour lesson

BOOM botanical watercolour lesson

Join acclaimed local artist Sally Bamber for a morning of painting and flowers

Thursday 14th July 2022, 10:00 - 13:00
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Shoreline soundscape guided walk

Shoreline soundscape guided walk

Join sound expert Dan Fox to explore the sounds of the shoreline using battery powered location technology and wireless headphones.

Thursday 28th July 2022, 10:00 - 12:00
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Beautiful Bogs Guided Walk

Beautiful Bogs Guided Walk

Exploring Foulshaw Moss with the BOOM team and Cumbria Wildlife Trust

Wednesday 17th August 2022, 10:00 - 12:00
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Featured Stories

Young Explorers

Young Explorers of Morecambe Bay – Living by the tides

If you happened to be wandering around glorious Sunderland Point last Autumn, you may have glimpsed school children dancing as…

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Let's protect the Birds of the Bay

Morecambe Bay is a great place for you to spot some wonderful wildlife, but with an ever-increasing number of people…

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Sustainability resource for the outdoor community

Have you been to an event where there's lots of surplus, unnecessary single use plastic? Have you seen litter left…

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Stats about Morecambe Bay Partnership

65 tonnes of beach litter removed
3 sites removed from the Heritage at Risk Register
100s of hours of oral history recorded
80 miles of Bay Cycle Way maintained