Heritage Open Days are coming

Wed, 2016-08-03 22:14

Discover some of the hidden heritage treasures around Morecambe Bay this September at one of our busy Heritage Open Days. You can explore some of our superb historic sites for free in the company of experts.

Book remaining tickets NOW as some events are already sold out. 

We have a whole host of fascinating opportunities and in particular we are delighted to be focusing on the historic village of Gleaston this year. Meet the owners of the wonderful Gleaston Mill and get a personal tour of this historic water-powered corn mill.  You can also  discover more about the medieval Gleaston, the Castle, the Manor of Aldingham, recent archaeology survey work at the Castle and past industries and residents who once occupied the village with a wonderful day of talks, tours and exploration. Find out more here.

 

 

Full details on our events pages

 

Image: Piel Castle by S. Bleakley

 

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