My mum has been visiting for the weekend and as the weather has been nice we decided to go for a walk with Baby M.
The Fylde Coast has become a little bit of a ship graveyard - the first shipwreck was the Travers in 1755 and the last was the MS Riverdance in 2008.
The beach where we live is beautiful and clear. Great for families
I've walked past this lots of times but I didn't know the story behind the wreck. I remember the MS Riverdance ferry running a ground and being on the news - I hadn't moved to the area at that time. I also didn't realise there had been so many shipwrecks in such a small area! Nowadays the only ships you really see are the Heysham-Isle of Man ferry.
I want Baby M to know there is a lot of history and interest in the area.
I've linked this post with Coombe Mill #CountryKids, please go and check out other posts about great days out!