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Windmills have featured in Lytham's history for hundreds of years. In 1805 Richard Cookson sought and obtained a lease from the Squire for a plot of land on which to build a 'windy milne'. Later, in 1860, when the prestigious houses in the area were...more
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A beautifully restored windmill on the seafront green, well worth a walk to the top, entry is free and donations would be gratefully recieved, my daughter loved it when she was a child, and now my 4yr old grand daughter loved the 3 flight climb...More
The amount of things to see and do for all things 1940s was excellent, numerous old vehicles as well as a couple of planes. For a £5 donation people were allowed to go and sit in a spitfire and have their photo taken. The battle...More
Another visit to the windmill, just too late in the day to visit the museum which closes at 4.30pm. Good to see it being so well maintained as it stands out as you enter Lytham along the sea front . Nice to walk around even...More
My boys ran round the windmill using their imaginations for stories. It wasn't even open so we are coming back. They spent an hour and the fact it was closed.... that says a lot. Then they spent half an hour on the anchors next to...More
Last year me and my mum were unable to vist the windmill due to the festival being on. So we came back this year so glad we did. Definitely worth travelling from London, the staff are so friendly and helpful. The windmill itself has so...More