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Tag: Rossall

Tiffy and the Mermaid

Tiffy and the Mermaid

“I must go down to the seas again, for the call of the running tide Is a wild call and a clear call that may not be denied.”

‘Sea Fever’ by John Masefield

Tales of mermaids have been around for centuries, and form a large part of seafaring lore, especially round the coastal areas of Britain. Their sighting was thought to be a bad omen, foretelling storms and rough seas. There are numerous folk tales describing their interaction with humans.


All in a day’s Walk

By the lifeboat station - Fleetwood
Waiting on the shore
Where the Wyre meets the sea
Marine Hall Fleetwood
Marine Gardens
Bowling greens and beach huts
Stranger on the Shore
Boating Lake Fleetwood
Fleetwood Beach
Sea shells on the sea shore
Rossall Point Observation Tower
Works starts on new sea defence, Rossall
Cleveleys Prom
Towers Wood
Duck Pond - in the Wood
Woodland path
Magic Mirror in the Wood
Marsh Mill - Thornton
Bay Horse - Thornton