Conservation and Protection of the Bay's heritage

We are working hard to conserve and protect Morecambe Bay's rich natural and cultural heritage - from joining up coastal habitats and removing invasive species, to repairing historic buildings and uncovering archaeological features.

With the help of partners and local communities, we aim to conserve or restore the following features typical of the Bay's landscape:

  • Headlands and lookouts
  • First and Second World War heritage features
  • Ritual and religious sites
  • Maritime heritage features
  • Coastal habitats: wetlands, headlands, islands and their specialist species

Find out more here.

We also hope to remove some important archaeological sites from the Heritage at Risk register.

Find out more about our projects and how you can get involved, through volunteering, training opportunities and events. Contact us today!

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