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Grange Promenade

Grange Promenade

Grange promenade with views across the bay and of the old Lido swimming pool

Activities

Putting Green

Putting Green

A nine hole putting green right along the promenade

A great little distraction as you walk along the promenade a nine hole putting green.

Weather permitting you can get your clubs and buy tickets at the booth just down from the recreational facilities.

(Prices to come...)

Grange Promenade

Crazy Golf

Crazy Golf

Go that one stage with the nine hole crazy golf course

Next to the nine hole putting green you can take your putting skills to the limit with the nine hole crazy golf course.

Grange Promenade

Basket Ball Court and Tennis Courts

Basket Ball Court and Tennis Courts

Improve your dribbling and racket skills at the basket ball and tennis courts

Extra things to do along the promenade include the basket ball and tennis courts which you can also book at the booth nearby.

Grange Promenade

Childrens play areas

Childrens play areas

There are childrens play areas near to the Myrtle Court entrance to the prominade

Grange Promenade

Access Points

Myrtle Court Roundabout - Main Street and Esplanade

Myrtle Court Roundabout - Main Street and Esplanade

Access through Myrtle Court onto central part of promenade

Walking to Main street and Esplanade mini roundabout you will approach Myrtle Court where you can walk down hill towards the promenade in a relatively central point where you can go left to Grange Railway Station and right to The Promenade Cafe and onto the entrance near Clare House

Grange Promenade

Myrtle Court Entrance - Promenade Side

Myrtle Court Entrance - Promenade Side

Signpost at the bottom end of Myrtle Court on the promenade itself

If you walk from the mini-roundabout down to the promenade you will approach this handy signpost which can direct to various locations. It is also handy if you are looking to get back into central Grange-over-Sands.

Grange Promenade

Entrance near Clare House

Entrance near Clare House

Just past Kents Bank Road on Esplanade going into Grange on right hand side near Clare House

When travelling into Grange having just past Kents Bank Road you will see an alleyway on your right hand side just before Clare House. Here you can walk a short distance along the path until you go over a pedestrian railway bridge dropping onto the promenade close to the old Lido swimming pool.

From here you can go right to the recreational facilities such as crazy golf or go left onto the Cafe and Grange railway station.

Grange Promenade

Clare House entrance on promenade side

Clare House entrance on promenade side

The prominent black painted pedestrian railway bridge back up to and past Clare House

As you walk up the promenade with the Lido swimming pool on your left you will see the prominent elevated railway bridge leading back up onto a path and back onto Esplanade near Kents Bank Road.

Grange Promenade

Grange carpark near Commodore Hotel

Grange carpark near Commodore Hotel

Access to Promenade through carpark past Commodore Hotel

Grange Promenade

Access at Grange Railway Station

Access at Grange Railway Station

Via an underpass walkway at Grange Railway Station you can access the Promenade

Grange Promenade

Events

Prom Art - 25th May 2014

Prom Art - 25th May 2014

Largest open-air art and crafts fair in the Northwest - Prom Art

A popular event hosted on Grange Promenade is Prom Art which exhibits various artwork of artists across the area with over a hundred stalls.

There is a website available to keep track of the event at Prom Art.

You can also find out more about who will be at the event at
Prom Art Artists and Links.

Grange Promenade

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