Welcome to Coast Watchers! Help to build a photographic record of how our beaches and shoreline changes over the seasons and over the years.
Your photos will join data from other sources like tide gauges, buoys, radar, weather stations, and others. Together we’ll build up the bigger picture of our beaches.
This is a new project. It’s a partnership between us here at The Rabbit Patch and the engineering team at Wyre Council. Lancaster University are also helping.
Find out more about Coast Watchers here.
Interesting things from the Fleetwood coastline –
Have a look at the offshore shingle island growing in the sea, off North Fleetwood
Explore Fleetwood seafront, following the coastline from Cleveleys, right around the peninsula to the estuary of the River Wyre.
Watch the views fresh from Fleetwood promenade and seafront with Webcam – Live from The Mount
Rossall Tower is the four storey building on the outer promenade at Fleetwood, which leans into the wind, looking over the beach.
The Rossall Coastal Defence Scheme was officially opened on Friday 1 June 2018. See how it was built.
Over the years, the Irish Sea has succeeded in causing flooding in Fleetwood a number of times.