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Things to do in Heysham, Lancashire

Heysham is a quaint old village, one of a string of small communities dotted round the shores of Morecambe Bay, each with a fascinating history of its own. The port of Heysham is an important cargo ferry link between England, Northern Ireland and Eire. It is also one of the main passenger ferry routes to the Isle of Man.

Heysham is famous for its non-alcoholic Nettle Beer, which you can still sample in the village.

Visit the ruins of St. Patrick's chapel and Viking graves hewn into the rock, and the church of St. Peter, with its curious hog back tombstone and beautiful stained glass.

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