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A Silverdale and Arnside Adventure

Birds, Bays and Tidal Bores Exploring the northwest corner of Lancashire and the southwest edge of Cumbria in June I realised that this area is a unique spot.  It appears to have its own beneficial microclimate.  We had travelled up to Silverdale from the rain in Manchester and were delighted to arrive in glorious sunshine and with a refreshing tea (and some warm sticky toffee pudding!) provided on the terrace of our B&B overlooking a beautiful, well tended garden. 

The weather forecast for the larger area was poor, but Charlotte (who runs Challan Hall B&B with Mike) assured us that it would be fine and sunny in Silverdale.  She was right too...

Fresh air, mild exercise, walks, exploring the coastline and a spot of wildlife watching were on the agenda for the next three days starting with a stroll along the beach north of Morecambe from Hest Bank to Bolton-le-Sands. This windswept stretch overlooks Morecambe Bay and the shifting light over the sands and water channels is entici…

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