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A day trip to the seaside in winter can be quite bracing - so...

This image was taken in St. Annes - a small seaside resort near Blackpool.

I am also posting images of this day out on my Treklens site at the moment.

'The twin towns of Lytham and Saint Annes are nowadays jointly referred to as Lytham St Annes as their separate boundaries are virtually indistinguishable, although residents may beg to differ, for old loyalties die hard.
Lytham is a quieter, less commercially developed resort when compared to its immediate northern neighbour, Blackpool, and for this reason it is much favoured by older people and those who seek a more peaceful seaside experience. It has extensive golden sands, and because the sea lies a good way out, and the tidal race is slow and gentle, it is an ideal place for small children, and its shoreside facilities reflect this.
The old Victorian pier, which lies centrally on the beach has been totally renovated in recent years.

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