England Lancashire 

Martin Mere Wetland Centre

Nestled on the Lancashire coast is one of the jewels in Britain’s crown of conservation. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust maintain one of the country’s premier conservation sites, offering safe refuge to dozens of species of wildfowl and wildlife at Martin Mere Wetland Centre. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) began in 1946 when Peter Scott opened the first conservation centre in Slimbridge. Peter was the son of the famous Antarctic explorer Captain Robert F. Scott, an Olympic sailing medallist, and a renowned writer and broadcaster who recognised the importance…

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Fleetwood in Lancashire is a popular seaside town with a strong Victorian heritage.  It was the first planned town of the Victorian era and the beautiful Victorian architecture is still one of the town’s main attractions. Today Fleetwood is a great destination for families, who come here to enjoy the fine sea views, play on the beach, and eat ice cream. The town has a long stretch of golden sand and enjoys a scenic location where the River Wye meets the Irish Sea. There are lots of amenities for people…

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