Lancaster City Council is inviting everyone to a day filled with fun as well as have the opportunity to give your views on a new piece of artwork for Morecambe Promenade
On Saturday, February 9 from 11am until 3.30pm, everyone can come along to the Platform in Morecambe for a family fun day which will include an inflatable giant twister, bouncy castle, body zorbing, face painting, BMX stunt show, DJ, cycling skills, giant games and much more. All of the activities are free although there is a small charge for refreshments.
The day has been organised by the council’s Sports and Play Officers and most of the activities will be under cover.
Throughout the day, there will also be an opportunity to view designs for a new piece of iconic public artwork and let the council know what you think.
If the artwork is approved and funding secured it would be located on Morecambe Promenade next to the Midland Hotel and mark the starting point for the ‘Way of the Roses’ coast to coast cycle route from Morecambe to Bridlington.
The council’s partners in Bridlington on the east coast of Yorkshire are also looking to mark their end of the route with a new piece of artwork created by the same artist.
Funding for this work has been secured by the ‘Way of the Roses’ Public Art Partnership which is led by Sustrans – UK’s leading sustainable transport charity.
For more information about the event, contact the Sport and Play Officers on 01524 582616 or 582641.