2012 Wyre’s major events unveiled

There are lots of exciting events planned for the year including a couple of special events, Sea Change celebrating Wyre’s coastline from Cleveleys to Fleetwood and of course the Olympics. Wyre is very fortunate to be picked for the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay Route and on Friday 22 June, the Olympic Flame will reach our borough. Torchbearers will carry the Olympic Flame through Garstang, St Michael’s on Wyre, Fleetwood and Cleveleys, who will host a welcome on behalf of their surrounding communities and enable people to share in the excitement at these locations. Keep an eye on our website for further details www.wyre.gov.uk

Wyre Sea Change is a unique and exciting regeneration project that will transform Wyre’s Waterfront.  The project encompasses different elements that stretch from Cleveleys through to Fleetwood – starting with the Sea Swallow Public Art in Cleveleys, an observation tower at Rossall and extensive refurbishment of the Marine Hall Gardens in Fleetwood.  Wyre’s Mythic Coast has also been detailed in a specially commissioned book ‘The Sea Swallow’.  A series of events to celebrate the different elements of Sea Change will take place during 2012 – check our website for details www.wyreseachange.co.uk 

Be sure to visit our events sections of http://www.visitwyre.co.uk/events and http://www.wyre.gov.uk/events/full where you’ll find regular updates and any events. We couldn’t possibly fit everything that’s happening in this guide so log on to find out the latest events.

Come and Experience Wyre for yourself!

Rebecca Parkinson (Marketing Officer)


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