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Angel Club (north) present a series of audio journeys along Morecambe’s magnificent sea front. Featuring the stories of local residents and an evocative electronic score, Promenade (Everybody’s Free) is designed to keep our minds and bodies active with every step.

Promenade started out as a conversation during the Covid 19 lockdown of Summer 2020 and transformed into a unique project that is part audio tour, part step-workout and part musical journey. Presented here for you, the tracks are free to download, share, explore and celebrate your surroundings.


The walks are designed to be a genuine exercise, whether that be as a one-off experience or as a daily ritual. For people who are less confident with the pace, we have also created a version without the beat (below). On each track, along with some local voices, you will also be accompanied by the voice of Angel Club (north) who will give you instructions as to where to go and what to consider. Be sure to listen carefully!


The walks are timed with each beat of the music so that you arrive at each point correctly and get you back to the starting point on time too. You may take as many breaks as you like to enjoy the scenery, but make sure to restart your track at the same location as you paused it on. Enjoy!

Promenade Downloads:

Walk 1

West End to Stone Jetty

Circular Walk 40 minutes 



Start/End point: The RE Store

71 Yorkshire St W, West End, Morecambe LA3 1QF 

Walk number one is a brisk stroll from Yorkshire Street in Morecambe's West End, down the promenade to the end of The Stone Jetty and back.

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Walk 2

West End to Heysham Barrows
Circular Walk 70 minutes



Start/End Point: More Music

13-17 Devonshire Rd, West End, Morecambe LA3 1QT

Walk number two is slightly faster and twice the length, taking us from More Music in the West End to St. Patrick's Chapel in Heysham and back.

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Bonus Tracks:

You can also listen to the extended conversations:

Angel Club (north) are Chris Gilligan and Philip Sykes and have been making works of live art together since 2003. Promenade (Everybody’s Free) is latest in a series of projects working alongside communities of The Bay and is their first collaboration with the Creative West End Network. 

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