Not feeling quite so active? Then don't worry, you have no end of places to visit to help you to unwind; take afternoon tea in one of the case in Scorton, picnic on Harris End Fell and enjoy some of the most spectacular views, in the country, amble round the charming Over Wyre Villages or buy fresh local produce at the regular Farmers' Markets in Great Eccleston and Poulton-le-Fylde.
Join the River Wyre as it passes through pretty St. Michaels on Wyre and visit Over Wyre, a large expanse of land between the river and Morecambe Bay where you will find more lovely villages such as Out Rawcliffe, Hambleton, Stalmine and Preesall; and also the stunning village of Pilling.
Churchtown is one of the oldest villages in Wyre. It has a cobbled square and market cross leading to the church of St. Helen, which is known as the Cathedral of the Fylde.
The Wyre Countryside Service leads regular Heritage Trails around Wyre. Why not get a copy of our What's On Guide to find out how you can learn more about Wyre's history.
Whatever season you choose to visit; high summer, with bees and butterflies, lilac scented gardens and lakes scintillating in the sunshine. In autumn you will love the colours of the trees and the childish thrill of kicking through the fallen leaves. Winter offers white clad landscapes and crisp, fresh mornings and of course spring is perfect for seeing the lambs and the swathes of spring flowers as the landscape burst into life once again.
So much to do and so little time - We don't do 'bored' in Wyre. Your leisure time is precious and we know that you want to spend it wisely. So confident are we that you will love your time in Wyre, we are sure we can tempt event the hardiest workaholic away from their labour.
What better way of spending your days than with the children enjoying an activity, which will encourage their creativity or their environmental awareness? Wyre has a fantastic summer programme of events, just for the kids or a year-round list of events for the whole family to enjoy.
You can visit the open farms to watch the lambing or enjoy one of the traditional festivals held throughout spring, such as the Childrens' Festivals in Garstang. Summer is a great time to go to one of the traditional galas or annual country shows. Great Eccleston, Garstang and the Scorton Vintage & Country Fair all have an excellent reputation for being great fun and an opportunity for the family to watch the main ring entertainment or spend some money in the local craft and food marquees.