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Brilliant Bay


Dear Children

Happy Easter, however many apologies from me as it seems my Brilliant Bay post has been removed from our blog! 

Here is our Brilliant Bay post, please add your comments to it.  

Sorry again.

Mr Dixon


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4 Comments to

“Brilliant Bay”

  1. April 21st, 2014 at 7:14 pm      Reply McKenzie Says:

    Lancaster Quay was a very busy port. They shipped in many goods to the town using slaves to do the work. Lancaster was the 4th largest slave trader.
    Lancaster castle is famous for the execution of people who were said to do witch craft back in the 1600. The story of the Pendle witches. 10 people were found guilty and sentenced to death.
    In the early 20th century Morecambe was a very popular holiday place because of the 2 piers.

    I would like to find out more information about the village I live in, Bolton le sands, why the Romans came to Lancaster and find out which is the oldest grade listed building in Lancaster.

  2. April 21st, 2014 at 8:40 pm      Reply Abi Says:

    I already know that Morecambe Bay is the second largest bay in Britain. It is well known for its cockles. It is also well known for its quicksand and fast moving tides. I would like to learn about the wildlife, sea life and cross bay walk.

  3. April 22nd, 2014 at 6:45 pm      Reply Emma Says:

    There are five different rivers that drain into Morecambe bay. They are the river Leven, Kent, Lune, Wyre and Keer.

    Morecambe bay has a small crab pond. My dad takes me there with my sister Annie.

    The tide comes into Morecambe bay really fast!! Its so fast that in 2004, 21 cockle pickers drowned because they couldn’t get out quick enough.

    My questions/What I want to learn

    1,How do the crabs get in the crab pond?
    2,Why does the tide come in so fast?
    3,How big is Morecambe bay?


  4. April 25th, 2014 at 8:14 am      Reply Rose Says:

    I would like to know how many types of fish there are in the bay?

    How is quick sand made?

    Is there anything else dangerous in the bay?

    How fast does the tide cum in?

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