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Gallery by Spencer Ross

Spencer is an amateur photographer passionate about capturing Morecambe Bay’s stunning landscapes, thrilling water sports athletes, and exquisite wildlife through his lens. He spends hours wandering the region photographing the rolling hills, blue waters, and thrill-seekers with his camera always in hand.

Eden Project Morecambe

For many years, Morecambe has been one of Britain’s most popular tourist destinations, with visitors attracted to its stunning natural landscape. Eden Project Morecambe reimagines the town as a seaside resort for the 21st century, inspiring wonder and a connection with the natural world by drawing on the Eden Project’s focus on education, ecology, and community.

Gallery by Ian Lane

One of the things Ian Lane is most grateful for is that he gets to work and live in a place as beautiful and inspiring as Morecambe. As an artist, he knows that the environment he surrounds himself in has a profound impact on his work, and he feels truly blessed to be able to draw on the natural beauty and rich cultural heritage of Morecambe to create his stunning photographs. Few photographers are as lucky as Ian Lane, and we are all lucky to be able to admire and enjoy his work.

Gallery By Nicola Fearnley

Come to Morecambe Bay, a coastal town in Lancashire with beautiful views of the Cumbrian Mountains. Enjoy strolling along the promenade, eating locally produced ice cream, enjoy the clatter of your winnings in the “Penny Arcades” and take in the wonderful atmosphere of the festivals held every year. It’s perfect for all kinds of travellers, whether you’re looking for adventure or a relaxing vacation. Plan your visit now and don’t miss out on this enchanting haven.

Gallery by Tony Pickard

Picture this: Tony Pickard, a proud Lancashire lad, calls Morecambe home and has taken up the art of photography. Starting out with an old Minolta camera, he captured memories of all the happenings around him. Then as the digital world took over, Tony upgraded to a compact digital camera. But it wasn’t until he attended training courses that he turned pro! From studio work to wedding photography – this guy knows how to snap a stunning shot. When he’s ready to let his hair down, he heads out into the wild weather of Morecambe to find ‘that’ location to capture the perfect sea or landscape. Whatever the weather, Tony is ready to create some seriously cool photos! Take a look at his own website link below

Galleries by Keith Stanley

These images were taken at The Baylight ’23 a mile long art exhibition of 17 different light installations by artists from all over Europe, from the UK, Spain, and the Netherlands. Ideal  for a 90-minute stroll along the promenade. Starting at the Stone Jetty follow the trail along the promenade to the Town Hall. It’s all FREE. The cool thing is, it’s not just for dedicated art lovers – families and people of all ages will totally dig it. So grab some friends and get your stroll on, cause Baylight ’24 is totally worth checking out planned for 15th, 16th & 17th of February 2024.

Morecambe is absolutely bustling with festivals all year round, and they draw in crowds from far and wide! Check out Keith Stanley’s incredible collection, which encapsulates the pure magic, vibrancy, and joy of these fests! Trust us when we say that it’ll make you feel like you’re right in the middle of all the fun!

Morecambe is a jewel of a seaside town, with so much to offer beyond the typical beachside attractions. Imagine strolling along the Promenade and taking in the breathtaking views of the majestic Cumbrian mountains across the stunning Bay. To add to its charm, Heysham extends a warm welcome to ferries arriving from the Isle of Mann and Ireland, a true gateway to adventure. At dusk, Half Moon Bay and Morecambe Bay glow with the magical hues of a setting sun, a perfect backdrop for creating unforgettable memories. And let’s not forget Hest Bank Foreshore, where history and mystery intertwine, just waiting to be discovered. Morecambe is proof that the seaside experience offers much more than ice cream, rock candy, and buckets & spades.

The Bay series, dubbed “Northern Broadchurch” or “New Broadchurch”, was created by Northern Irish writer Daragh Carville, who aimed to spotlight the place he’s lived for the past decade. The show was filmed mostly in Morecambe, with locals eager to preserve their town’s accurate portrayal. Other locations used for shooting include Manchester, Whitehaven, and Grange-over-Sands.

Guest Gallery

Alright folks, let’s spice things up with some viewer submitted images! It’s time to showcase your photography skills and share your creative eye with the world. Don’t be shy, we want to see Morecambe from your perspective – from stunning landscapes to adorable pets and everything in between. So, grab your cameras and start snapping those pics. Who knows, maybe your photo will be the next viral sensation. No pressure though, just have fun and show us what you got! We can’t wait to see all the amazing submissions. These images have been submitted by Spencer Ross, Zoe Hodkinson, Cinderbarrow Miniature Railway, Paul Roberts, Darralyn, Martin Dearden, Ian Dale-Bell, Louise Hart & Keith Stanley.

The Classic Car Show Sept 2023

The Classic Car Show was held again in Morecambe on September 2nd and 3rd, 2023. It showcased a variety of vintage cars such as Triumphs and Morris Minors, and even included a cool DeLorean from 1981. The beautiful Art Deco-style Midland Hotel on the seashore provided the perfect backdrop for this popular event during Vintage By The Sea. It felt like a trip back in time, although Marty and the Doc were nowhere to be seen!

The Vintage Festival Sept 2023

“Vintage by the Sea” is a festival that families can attend for free. Held in Morecambe, it celebrates old-fashioned things such as design, fashion, art, vehicles, entertainment, and culture. The festival was inspired by the creativity of past eras ranging from the 1920s to the 1990s. HemingwayDesign created the festival to honor these cultural movements from long ago.

Queen's Market, Morecambe

Get ready to be inspired by the transformation happening at Queen’s Market in Morecambe! This incredible restoration project has a grand vision in mind. It will soon become a vibrant and dynamic hub of creativity and entertainment. As the building is renovated, it will offer a plethora of spaces for various business uses such as training centers, offices, bars, live venues, recording studios, youth areas, art galleries, exhibition spaces, and more!

The revitalized Queen’s Market will serve as a beacon of community and business collaboration where residents of Morecambe and visitors alike can come together harmoniously. Imagine all of the amazing opportunities that this space will offer! Let this exciting vision motivate us to do great things, to come together, and celebrate the potential of our communities. The future is bright, and it all starts at Queen’s Market.

Historial Images of Morecambe

Hey there!        We are delighted to be able to share some amazing images of Morecambe from the past, thanks to our hardworking researchers. But that’s not all! We’re planning a very exciting project that involves taking recent photographs of the same locations and posting them. It’s going to be a collaborative effort and we would love YOU to be a part of it too! If you have any photos that you’d like to share for this project, simply drop us an email at Don’t forget to include your name, the date taken and some details about the photo. Let’s work together to create something truly special!

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