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Things to do: Get Involved


Walking - Scorton is a popular spot for walkers and there are a number of routes that start in the village centre. The millennium way route to Garstang is always very busy as people wander up away from the road edge and overlook the river and fields. At the back of Scorton is the hill, Nicky Nook and standing at the top of it, you have the best view in Lancashire. The 360-degree panorama includes Morecambe Bay, Blackpool Tower, Lake District fells and even the shadowy outline of the Isle of Man. Well worth the short climb!



Cycling - Scorton has long been a destination and rest stop for cyclists from all over the Northwest. More recently national cycle route number 6 has been routed through Scorton and the village has hosted many visitors for the Tour of Lancashire. There are a variety of routes from Scorton for all abilities. If you are a little more adventurous why not try the 90 mile Scorton O'er Settle challenge?


Cleveley Mere offer fly fishing lessons on their 24 acre lake. Please visit them at 

Cleveley Bridge Fisheries is also available for fishing. For more details please visit 

Fishing is available too at nearby Wyreside Lakes and also at Fell View Park, Bowland Lakes and others in the surrounding area.

Wyresdale Park now offer open water swimming and paddleboarding

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Scorton is the home for any function, event, party or celebratory afternoon tea. The Priory, The Barn, Wyresdale Park and Scorton Village Hall are all available to hire. Many of the establishment also run special events or theme nights.
From birthday parties to weddings, Scorton has all the answers!

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