We have had a great weeks break in South Lakeland and on our tour we called in a second hand bookshop in Carnforth
On examining a book on archaeology (I purchased) I found slipped into the back cover a newspaper cutting torn from “The Visitor” dated Sept 13th 1995 a local publication from the Morecambe area
The article referred to the discovery of a Labyrinth carving located on the foreshore below Heysham Head in Lancashire by visitor Clive Dainty
This is a rare find and I have not been aware of this site before
The Labyrinth carving has parallels with the ones at Rocky Valley, Tintagel, Cornwall there origins may date back to the Neolithic or to more recent times?