Whilst I am away on holiday, Rune from Visual Norway is minding the blog for me. I have scheduled some special posts for the period taking readers on day trips to the West.
Our last stop on the Fylde Coast is at Lytham. Though often linked with its Northern neighbour (Lytham St Annes often forming a joint administrative or political area) it has a separate identity. Its parish church is St Cuthbert's, built in 1834.
Fishermen go searching off nearby Church Scar for mussels in the Ribble estuary whilst flocks of dunlin fly through the air.
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