Stanley in Heysham and Lancaster, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

Stanley went for a walk around the sights of Lancaster and Heysham. Here is his photo album. We hope you like it! Stanley was made by Year 3/4 of Trumacar C. P. School, Heysham.

Stanley at the seaside next to the enormous Nuclear Power Stations named Heysham I and Heysham II. The ferry port to Ireland and the Isle of Man is next door to the power stations.
Stanley at St Patrick’s Chapel Heysham. The chapel is over 1000 years old.
These graves are at St Patrick’s Chapel. They are cut into the rock and are over 1000 years old.

Stanley at the Ashton Memorial in Lancaster. This memorial was made by Mr Ashton for his wife. It is in our park called Williamson Park.

Stanley outside the Butterfly House in Williamson Park, Lancaster.
The house is very warm inside and is full of tropical butterflies and moths.
This is a view over the City of Lancaster. You can see the hill with the castle and priory on the top in the foreground. Heysham is on the horizon just before Morecambe Bay.

Stanley enjoying himself in Williamson Park, Lancaster.

Stanley showing off outside Lancaster Town Hall.

Stanley saying Hello to Queen Victoria. She reigned over our country from 1837 to 1901. This statue is in Dalton Square, Lancaster.

Stanley outside Lancaster Castle. The castle was started in the Norman Period, around 1000 years ago. It was built on top of a Roman fort which dates to around 2000 years ago. It is now a high security prison. It has the highest walls of any prison in England!

This is a view of our lovely bay which is called Morecambe Bay. This picture was taken at the seaside at Heysham. In the distance across the bay you can see The Lake District. We hope you have liked our pictures of Stanley. He’d love to come and visit you, so why not drop us a line at:

Year 3/4 (Mr Hair’s Class)
Trumacar C. P. School
Combermere Road
United Kingdom


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