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Bare, Morecambe

 

Bare, Morecambe

Bare is a suburb of and electoral ward in Morecambe, within the City of Lancaster district in Lancashire, England. It was merged in 1898. The population of the ward as taken at the Census 2011 was 4,067.[1] Bare has a high street (Princes Crescent), and a railway station connecting it to Morecambe and Lancaster. Its name probably came from Anglo-Saxon bearu meaning "grove".

Bare Hall is a Grade II listed building built around 1830 by the Lodge family[2]

References

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  2. ^ http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-391808-bare-hall-morecambe-lancashire

External links

  • Bare Village history
  • 1953-1955 Ordnance Survey map showing Bare (on the north edge)

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