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Graham the guide on our visit was both friendly and knowledgeable and a credit to the church. The view over the bay from the churchyard is beyond compare and coupled with a visit to the heritage centre and lunch at the Royal, this makes a...More
Heysham Head has some ancient ruins and graves dating from about the 8th Century. Between the ruins and the village is the current church which is medieval. Any guidebook will have a full description of it but it is well worth a visit as are...More
Having walked along the seafront from Morecambe to Heysham, we decided to look round St Peter's Church, knowing nothing about it. What a revelation! A delightful historic building with archaeological rarities. One of the congregation was present and he explained the significance of the hogback...More
Take a trip to Heysham Village walk down the old narrow lane ,past the Royal Village Pub , down to the gate of this Historic little church with its lovely view over Morecambe Bay and beyond to the Lake District explore its Hog back stone...More
We visited St Peters at the start of a walk and were highly impressed. The Church is located on the top of cliffs immediately overlooking the Irish Sea (a lovely place to be buried) and was remarkably well preserved considering it was build in the...More