Location of The Mount at Fleetwood
- at the red star
The Mount at Fleetwood - the camera is at the left of the building.
Fleetwood Town Council are playing a significant part in showcasing the wonderful seafront to attract visitors and tourists to the town with this new live webcam which they’ve installed at The Mount.
Webcams are very popular at many seaside locations, useful for getting a feel for a place and checking the weather among other things, with residents and visitors logging on to check out the view.
The Town Council have funded the installation of a state of the art camera in Fleetwood’s prime seafront position. High on The Mount is delivers superb seafront views, showcasing the Marine Hall and gardens, the leisure complex, views over the promenade and reaching out into Morecambe Bay.
Along with much more information about the Town Council itself, the live images stream into their own website, refreshing and changing position from left to right every few seconds. You can also find the views on the Visit Fleetwood website, where publishers The Rabbit Patch will be directing their readers and promoting Fleetwood as the wonderful place to visit which it is.
Cllr Terry Rogers, Chair of Fleetwood Town Council said “Here at the Town Council we get involved with and provide funding towards many different projects which improve facilities for local people and which attract visitors to Fleetwood, which in turn attracts business, investment and prosperity. This webcam is a perfect tool for giving the world a window into Fleetwood – when they can see how nice it is from their armchair at home, why wouldn’t they want to visit?”
The publishers of this Visit Fleetwood website added “We’re fully paid up members of the ‘I love Fleetwood Club’ as anyone who reads Visit Fleetwood.info will know.
"We tirelessly work to showcase what a fabulous place it is – to the 330,000 residents of the wider Fylde Coast and much further beyond – so access to this webcam will be such a helpful tool in reinforcing the message that Fleetwood is a great place to visit, and we’re really pleased to be able to work with the Town Council to achieve that.”
You can see the images at www.fleetwoodtowncouncil.org
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