Although not strictly within Wyre Borough, Bispham is worthy of a mention.
From Cleveleys if you travel south passing the areas of Anchorsholme, Little Bispham and Norbreck you come across Bispham.
Bispham, mentioned in the Doomsday Book has a very old parish
church, All Hallows. The site is much older than the churches
within Blackpool and this was the mother church for the area.
It was re built in1773 and again in 1883. Once again there is a thriving shopping area, Red Bank Road which caters, during the summer, for the tourists with hotels, restaurants and cafeterias.
In autumn the main road is used at night by many vehicles
making their way to the promenade to join the thousands of people
enjoying what must be one of the best free shows in England,
These stretch from Starr Gate in the south to Bispham. They shine from the end of August to the end of October so extending the holiday season in this area. They can also be seen from the trams which run along the promenade.