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Come and Try Orienteering at Happy Mount Park

Saturday, April 22, 2017 - 11:30 to 13:30 at Happy Mount Park, Morecambe LA4 5AQ

Where have all the flowers gone? Memorial Poppies stripped from Park

3/6/14: Hundreds of poppies sown by members of the public to commemorate the fallen of WWI have all been removed overnight from Happy Mount Park in Morecambe. The poppies were part of a project by Morecambe Poppyscatter, a fundraising group set up locally by Heysham bus driver Steve Trainer, to commemorate service personnel killed in WWI, on its centenary.

New Bowlers, please! Happy Mount Bowling Competition announced

30/1/14: Lancaster City Council is calling for teams to take part in a crown green bowling competition at Happy Mount Park, Morecambe. The event will take place over three week nights. The initial heats will be on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th March. The finals will take place on Thursday 20th March. Each night will run from 6pm to 8pm and all are welcome.

Clear up well under way after major storm hits Lancaster and Morecambe area

6/12/13: Council staff are busy cleaning up after the storm today - a full team were at work clearing leaf fall in Skerton before it blocked drains this morning Lancaster City Council staff are working hard clearing up the aftermath of Thursday’s storm. High winds caused disruption as they battered the district, bringing down trees in place like Grimshaw Lane, and causing damage to buildings.

Alternative Presents: Sponsor a Tree in your local park

11/10/13: Have you ever thought about commemorating a special event in an exceptional way, or dedicating a unique memorial to a loved one? Perhaps you would like to leave a living legacy at a place you love. Autumn is the perfect time to sponsor a tree with Lancaster City Council and help your district to be greener too.

Police appeal following criminal damage in Morecambe

6/9/13: Police are appealing for witnesses following a spate of criminal damages at Morecambe's Happy Mount Park. culmiinating in £1000 of damage to canvas trampolines earlier this week. The incidents have happened over the summer, prompting a storm of protest from local residents.

Make your mark on plans for Morecambe's Happy Mount Park

21/8/13: Lancaster City Council is inviting everyone to share their views on the future design and development of Happy Mount Park with a drop-in session at the park on Thursday 29th August. Earlier this year, as part of the first stage in creating a masterplan for the park, the council held a number of events in the park gather the views of park users on how the park could look in ten years time.

Have your say on Morecambe’s Happy Mount Park

27/6/13: Two consultation events will be taking place at Morecambe’s Happy Mount Park as part of the first stage in creating a masterplan for the park. The events will take place on Tuesday 9th July from 3.30pm to 6.30pm and Saturday July 13 from 11am to 3pm and will ask park users for their views on its future. There will also be a chance to sign up to a new Friends of Happy Mount Park group.

Get outside and go exploring this May half term holiday

7/5/13: Youngsters in the district are invited to get up, get active and join in the fun with Lancaster City Council this half term holiday. With more than 22 exciting sports and arts events on offer for young people aged 5 to 16, there's bound to be something for everyone.

Bowlers needed for Happy Mount Park competition

29/1/13: Lancaster City Council is looking for teams to take part in a bowling competition at Happy Mount Park, Morecambe. The event will take place over three week nights. The initial heats will be on Tuesday 19th March and Wednesday 20th March. The finals will take place on Thursday 21 March. Each event will run from 6pm to 8.30pm and is open to all bowlers aged 16 and over.

Share your views on council parks

27/6/12: Visitors to lancaster's Williamson Park and Happy Mount Park in Morecambe are being asked for their opinions of the parks and their facilities to develop a better service for the future. Lancaster City Council has ambitions to develop the visitor economy by improving services and provision in parks, ensuring that customers are involved in the process.

National Family Week - fun in the Parks

25/5/12: Lancaster City Council is encouraging families to get together to celebrate National Family Week. There are lots of things to do for all the family from 30 May until 5 June at council parks and facilities in Lancaster and Morecambe. Williamson Park, Lancaster is already running lots of additional sessions as part of the ‘Love your Zoo’ campaign.

Thieves target Happy Mount Park

8/5/12: Police are appealing for information after a special bike that pedals a waterfall at Happy Mount Park in Morecambe was damaged last week. Between 8.30pm on Thursday 3rd May and 3.30pm on Friday 4th May the bearings on a child’s bicycle were removed at the Happy Mount Park, necessitating the whole of the pedal system to be replaced.

Have a splashing time this Easter at Happy Mount Park

31/3/12: Lancaster City Council is pleased to announce that the Splash Park in Happy Mount Park, Morecambe will re-open in time for Easter. The Splash Park will open each weekend starting on Friday 6th April (Good Friday), and opens fully for the season from Monday 21st May – September 10.30am-7pm. The Splash Park is one of the biggest in the region and is still free to enter.

Alcohol seized from children in Morecambe, parents admonished

1/7/10: Parents are being told to take more responsibility for their children after foot patrol officers had to call a patrol car to take away 50 bottles of alcohol confiscated from youngsters in a Morecambe park. Officers are being called to an increasing number of anti-social behaviour incidents caused by teenagers in and around Morecambe’s Happy Mount Park.

Brass bands return to Happy Mount Park

17/5/10: With summer approaching, Lancaster City Council is launching its annual programme of Sunday brass band concerts in Morecambe’s Happy Mount Park. The concerts are as popular today as they where back in the 1970s, when they were first established, and regularly attract audiences of around 200 people from across the region.

Play Park Plans to go on Show

6/10/09: Concept designs for a new "natural" play area in Morecambe's Happy Mount Park are due to be revealed. Based on the underused mini-golf area at the rear of the park, the play area has been designed on the principles of "natural play".

Children's Design Ideas Wanted for Happy Mount Park

29/5/09: Lancaster City Council is inviting children and their parents to Happy Mount Park on June 6 to help design an innovative ‘natural play area’. Taking place between 2pm and 5pm, the aim of the event will be to give children the chance to experiment with different natural materials and share ideas of what could be included in the play area.