Grange has long been known for its health-giving properties.
It’s a place where you can visit and breathe in pure sea and mountain air.
The salty sea air is believed to be beneficial, especially for tuberculosis suffers such as miners.
In the mid-1900s, the area was home to a number of convalescent homes run by the mining unions.
These homes provided rest and care for its injured and ailing members.
Grange is situated at the head of Morecambe Bay.
It’s sheltered by the hills of the Lake District, giving the town a climate second to none with temperate weather (not unlike Torquay).
Nestling below the wooded slopes of Yewbarrow and facing south, Grange is well protected from blighting northern winds.
Sunshine and rainfall figures compare favourably with resorts on the south coast with fog and snow practically unknown even in the harshest of winters.
The traffic-free promenade is nearly a mile and a half long.
For walkers it is ideal for a stroll, and is well provided for with benches and shelters and a couple of small cafes.
At the Kents Bank end of the promenade there are a number of leisure activities.
There is a children’s activity area, tennis courts, bowling and putting greens.
Finally, the one thing you will find here in abundance in this charming Edwardian town is ‘Peace’.