Bolton-le-Sands is a large village and civil parish in the City of Lancaster in Lancashire.  The parish has a population of over 4000. The West Coast Mainline runs close to the village, although the railway station closed in 1969.  There are 3 pubs in the village, one school, an active scout group and a football team.

The village was originally called Bodeltone according the Domesday Book in 1086.  The village later came to be known as Bolton, but following the introduction of the Railways in the 18th Century, its name was changed to Bolton-le-Sands to avoid confusion with the neighbouring towns of Bolton and Bolton-le-Moors which were on the same train line.

The oldest church in the village is the Church of England, Holy Trinity Church which was originally dedicated to St. Michael.  The oldest part of the current building is the Tower which is thought to have been built around 1500.  There are also 2 other churches in the village.  These are the Roman Catholic St Mary of the Angels and the Christ Church United Reform Church.

The Lancaster Canal was built in the 1790s and is a major feature in the village and provides beautiful, traffic-free walks with plenty of wildlife to enjoy. This is near to our Digitec Aerials Office in Lancaster.

As Bolton-le-Sands is on Morecambe Bay (more info here), there are seemingly endless flat sands during low tide, although in places, quick sand and fast incoming tides can be extremely dangerous.

Directions from Digitec Aerials in Lancaster to Bolton-le-sands

Directions from Bolton-le-sands to Morecambe