The purpose of these strange stone sculptures is the subject of much debate; they are found mainly in the Northern England and also in Scotland, Wales, Ireland and a few areas of Southern England with Viking links.
Heysham also contains one of only three sites in Britain and Ireland that contain a pre-Roman labyrinth carving, the others being located at Tintagel, Cornwall and Hollywood, Co.
Together they have a population of 16,136 (2001 census), or 17,016 (2011 census), although these extend into areas beyond the village of Heysham itself, which has a population of approximately 6,500. Local legend has it that St Patrick landed here after crossing from Ireland and established the chapel.
However it has been established that the chapel was built around 300 years after Patrick's death.
The Bay Gateway dual carriageway opened in October 2016, connecting Heysham directly to the M6.
he made sketches which formed the basis of his subsequent watercolour Heysham and Cumberland Mountains (British Museum); it depicts the village with the Lakeland backdrop across Morecambe Bay.
But it's the high quality of the content is what's going to get you to stick around., you'll meet the kind of ladyboys that you imagine paying a bar fine to the local proprietor of a go-go bar in order to take them away from an evening of playing hostess to the other patrons to spend some intimate time with you in private.
They're original, creative and just all around artistic.
What I particularly loved was that each set teases you like crazy before revealing the babe's package.
) is a large coastal village near Lancaster, Lancashire, England, overlooking Morecambe Bay.
It is a ferry port, with services to the Isle of Man and Ireland, and the site of two nuclear power stations.