Lytham has long been a favourite destination for day trippers and holidaymakers alike – a fantastic array of restaurants, bars and cafes, wonderful independent shops and so much to do and see here and in the neighbouring towns of St Annes and Blackpool
A year of staycations has seen us embrace everything that the area has to offer: live music, comedy, theatre and drive through cinema screenings at Lowther Pavilion, outdoor theatre at Lytham Hall not forgetting the Wonderhall Festival that took place for the first time this year. Outdoor events on The Green include the 1940’s Wartime Weekend, the Ice Cream Festival and let’s not forget the Lytham Festival which is back next year – bigger and better than ever after a two-year absence!
Having fun with the family doesn’t have to cost the earth as many outdoor events are free of charge like the annual kite festival held on St Annes beach which always attracts families and visitors from far afield and the World Fireworks Championships. The beach huts at St Annes are a fabulous way to spend the day with family and friends and the recently opened Adventure Golf at Fairhaven will keep the kids (and adults) occupied.
Last but no means least a trip to the Fylde Coast wouldn’t be complete without rounding it off with a good old fashioned chippy tea. I’m reliably informed that Lancashire Fisheries is the ultimate in fish suppers followed by a walk or drive through Blackpool illuminations! We can’t wait to see you!
For more information about what’s on check out: discoverfylde.co.uk