Lancashire is a truly unique part of the world. In fact, it’s a very unique corner of England, with a superb blend of countryside and coastal resorts waiting to be explored. It is a popular holiday county; however, more and more people choose to move out here to retire and to enjoy the natural surroundings.
Carr Bridge Park is a popular residential park on the outskirts of Blackpool, one of the most popular resorts and communities in the region. Carr Bridge Residential Park is designed to offer luxury living to all residents, with a bespoke neighbourhood set up for peaceful living and wide access to some of the finer local haunts.
It is an exclusive community open to residents aged 55 and over, the park has a close-knit, laid-back atmosphere, which is what many people will be looking for from a retirement community in their local area.
In proximity to Blackpool and other famous Lancashire spots, Carr Bridge Park is popular with residents who would like to take the time to explore the county and everything it has to offer.
Blackpool, of course, is likely to be a big draw for anyone who would like to move out into Western Lancashire.
It is a popular seaside resort which famously welcomes families of tourists all year round. Many people refer to it as the ‘Las Vegas of the North’.
However, residents who want to take a look at less high-octane pursuits can sample the quaint villages of Lytham St Annes and Great and Little Plumpton, both close to the park.
It is also possible to venture further North to sample some Areas of Natural Beauty and incredible, unspoilt countryside – if a break from the hustle and bustle of the coast beckons.
Countryside walking trails, coastal villages and spa resorts are all easy to spot with just a quick survey of the surrounding area.
With roads close to the park, residents will always be able to park up and drive out to look into Lancashire on their own terms.
Many residents choose to head into the local villages for pubs and restaurants, as well as to sample local wares and handicrafts.
Lancashire is a county which has a very unique take on the world, from its popular seaside trails to its heritage in its many villages and towns.
There are local cafes and traditional shops and stores just a short walk away, meaning that most residents’ daily groceries are taken care of.
Otherwise, they can feel free to use the nearby bus stop to take a look at what else the wider area has to offer.
Market towns in the local area, such as Kirkham, will appeal to residents who are keen to explore the local heritage and to learn more about the local Lancashire way of life.
There are many modern facilities which are scattered across the region; too, however, visitors will feel the rich and varied history alive and, in the air, as they walk around!
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