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Latest news from the team

Find out what our team and volunteers have been up to and what a positive impact they are having around Morecambe Bay.

Stories, blogs and updates

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Spoonbills by Jarrod Sney

Why we need abundant nature in Morecambe Bay

Sarah, our CEO, reflects on the notion of 'adundance' in nature and new species making the Bay their home.

Friends on bench Hoad Wildey Media July2022

Morecambe Bay - a cycling and walking destination to shout about

If you run a tourism and hospitality business in the Bay, we are offering a range of opportunities.

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Reducing Environmental Impacts of Outdoor Events

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

Women enjoying a ride out on e bikes I Wood

Fantastic Green Business Opportunity

Does your business need a helping hand to diversify or expand into the business of hiring e-bikes?

Litter pick Morecambe Bay

Volunteers have reached major milestones in efforts to clear the Bay

Read about the achievements of our amazing volunteers and how we keep the Bay clean.

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Defending the Docks

We worked with schools and volunteers to develop skills in computer science, digital technology, coding, virtual reality, mathematical surveying, engineering…

Arnside Viaduct by Nigel Hunter

Arnside to Grange Trail

PJA Transport Initiatives were appointed in December 2021 to undertake a feasibility study and develop a Strategic Outline Business Case…

Anita Hampsfell Tramper User

Trampers can transform lives

Our Tramper users and volunteers tell us how much the service matters to them.

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…