Seldom Seen Walk - Sunderland Point

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Sun, 07 Sep 2014 12:00

Seldom Seen Walk - Sunderland Point


When: Sunday 7th September, 12 noon

Meet: Car park (nearest postcode LA3 3LL)

Main features: Views of Morecambe Bay, intertidal road, historic quayside, Mission church, Georgian houses, fisherman's shed, Lune estuary, rope walk, Whaamling and haaf netting, Sambo's grave, WWII bombing decoy, rare flora and fauna, derelict tram, saltmarsh habitat

Come explore the special Sunnderland Point peninsula and estuary views on this afternoon ramble in the company of artists and experts in local history, ecology and literature. Finish with some hot food before heading home between 4-5pm.

Led by artists, Seldom Seen Walks will show you a new way to explore the countryside and challenge what you see. Along the way you will met guest experts: artists, historians, natural scientists and local specialists who will facilitate conversation around what we see.

Each walk will take 2-3 hours and is graded easy-moderate, mostly over footpaths but also over some rough ground and some uphill and downhill sections. Unfortunately the routes are not suitable for wheelchair users.


Refreshments will be provided at the end of each walk.

Bring suitable clothing, water and a light snack.

Please book your free space.

Call Nick Owen on 077422 715570 or the Art Gene Office on 01229 825085


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