Saturday 2 June/ Sunday 3 June 2018 – Visit our stand in
the Growing Well marquee at Country Fest 2018 at
Westmorland showground. If you can help staff the stall
for either day, please get in touch.
June 2018 - Hincaster Trailway AGM. Date to be confirmed
All are welcome at our annual public meeting at 7.30pm in
The Athenaeum, Leasgill, Heversham.
ART GENE PROJECT
The local Art Gene Seldom Seen map proved very popular at Countryfest 2017.
Hincaster Trailway features on the new interactive map launched by Barrow based, Art Gene. Internationally acclaimed artists, Maddi Nicholson and Stuart Bastic, have visited the Trailway and surrounding area to research their latest project.
Mapping Morecambe Bay is Art Gene’s artist led research programme in partnership with Morecambe Bay Partnership. Various community workshops around the area have encouraged local people to contribute a wealth of information.
The project has resulted in a new map of the area and a free phone app with information about points of interest. The new map and app were launched at various venues around the Bay including Heron Corn Mill.
The full range of maps and the free app are available to download from Art gene.
Storth Geotrail Guide
Launched by Arnside Silverdale AONB and featuring
Sandside Railway Cutting, this 5 kilometre (3.2 miles)
route with 18 waypoints explores the landforms and
geology around Storth and Sandside in the Arnside &
Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Full exploration will take about 3 hours. There is a
shorter 1 hour option along Sandside Cutting or a
longer 8 kilometre (5 miles) route extending south to
Arnside Moss and Hazelslack. Download the guide Here.