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March 04, 2009


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Mr P and I really like Heysham too. We had a holiday in Lancs with my parents last year and had a good drive along the coastline. We thought Heysham looked lovely and quaint. I agree, it's a real contrast to Morecombe which seems like a ghost town now.

Bolton-Le-Sands is another lovely spot in that area and well worth a visit. Mr P had a sweet great-auntie who lived there and we had many lovely trips to visit her. Always a good bracing walk by the sea before a great big salad tea...or if it was winter a lovely homemade pie.

Thanks for 'taking' us on your trip. The bracing sea air has done my cold the world of good! x


What a lovely day out you all had. I've heard of Heysham before but didn't know anything about it. It looks a lovely place.
We live a long way from the sea here in Sweden whereas from our home in Northuimberland we were only a couple of miles away. I always like to visit the sea. But I think I'll find it a bit of a trek to get to it from here!


It looks as though you had a brilliant day, what a lovely place, and the weather was beautiful too. I know just what you mean when you talk of your relationship with the sea. I have it too. I love, love, love, the coast and get the craving to just be there - you have to get there at all costs, don't you - almost like, whatever it takes, I need the sea NOW!Lcky you to have been able to satisfy your craving at the lovely Heysham. Helen x


What a simply delightful little town.
Makes me want to go off exploring around where I live, although I am sure there will not be anything quite like that :)


I was not disappointed...your pictures are beautiful. Thanks so much for the trip to the sea.

Shelley in SC

This was worth getting up early for . . . smile! The picture you took from the bench, while eating chocolate and drinking coffee, was food for the soul this morning. Such amazing heart-hurting natural beauty!


Looks like a fabulous day. It makes me wish I wasn't stuck in the office all day!


Nina - Tabiboo

Hello Lucy,

Heysham looks absolutely gorgeous, it's so lovely to see a different part of the coast. Even though we only live a ten minute walk away from our stretch of coast we never bore of it and take any opportunity to wander on down there!

Have you tried 'Country Living's' sister publication 'Coast'if you love the coast you might like this.

Thank you for popping by and saying 'Hello' yesterday, it was such a lovely suprise.

ta, ta for now,

Nina x


Oh Lucy - thanks for taking us with you on your seaside trip. As I guessed, pure bliss. *Sigh* - can't wait for our trip to the sea this summer. Happy days.


hi lucy, looks like you had a great time at the sea! luckily for me i live right here by the sea in St.Ives and monday we went just a bit further towards Lands End to mousehole(mouzle) another favourite place. pics on my blog. It is a lovely place full of quaint little cottages, galleries full of arts and crafts from local artists. absolutely beautiful!!!!! you'd love it!


cant believe my luck, im first here today to comment, kekeke.
woWWWW, luv the scenery very much, it is so relaxing, bet who wouldnt want to go back again.

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