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All reviews morecambe bay heysham village overlooking the sea steeped in history well worth a visit interesting graves lovely village half moon bay popular with dog walkers irish sea lake district nuclear power station information centre lovely view amazing history lovely afternoon grave stones
I revisited this little old church as I do each time I visit Heysham. I was born in Heysham and some of my family still live there so it is always a pleasure to go back .
I was christened and married in this church...More
If you are passing then the church and old chapel are well worth a visit. The location is spectacular, right on the coast the sea laps at the graveyard. The views across Morecambe Bay to the Lake District are beautiful on a clear day. Go...More
The church was open - we had to push the door a bit to get in, and inside the guide was so very helpful explaining the "hogs-back" (possible) story and history.
A lovely little church in a superb setting and as a bonus, St Patricks...More
What a find. Overlooking Morecambe Bay is this beautiful church. We were lucky to find it open. Steeped in history this small church oozes warmth as you enter. Inside there is the hogs back gravestone marker dating back to 920AD. Parts of the church are...More
Well brown-signed from the main road and enough free parking for about seven cars. This area is very popular with dog walkers though, who are likely to be using quite a few of those spaces. The church will be locked, due (we were told), to...More
The remains of the Anglo-Saxon chapel on the rocks above the church are an absolute must. Stunning views and fascinating remains.
The human shaped tombs carved into the rock are genuinely amazing and the remains of the chapel overlooking the sea are beautiful.
good coffee shop by church, Viking Hog stone inside church with some interesting grave stones in church grounds.There is nice ruins just a small walk away. Car park is pay and display but toilets have been vandalized.