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The Weather in Sutton-on-Sea
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Sutton-on-Sea with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 69°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Sutton-on-Sea, with temperatures going under 35° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
See the British seaside with a vacation home in Sutton-on-Sea
The atmospheric coastal town of Sutton-on-Sea offers you a window into local Lancashire life, from its long and fascinating history to its contemporary pleasures, come and experience the vitality of this popular northern vacation destination.
It is impossible to come to Sutton on Sea and not find yourself embraced by the community spirit and welcoming atmosphere which you'll find in fine fettle at the annual carnival. July's parade sees the townsfolk dolled up in raucous carnival costumes and the streets full of performance artists and squealing children. Soak up the local culture at one of the traditional Lancashire pubs or head to the local social club for more traditional British hospitality.
The fun fair at Mablethorpe is probably the first port of call for families with children. The traditional fairground has brought joy to generations of holidaymakers and at Christmas there is even a festival where you can pick up a few presents. Children will never forget horseriding at the Equestrian Center which also allows more experienced riders to hack through the coastal countryside. Animal lovers will fall in love with the Seal Sancuary which lets visitors get close to these popular animals.
An idyllic beachside paradise, the hamlet of Anderby Creek is one of the most unusual attractions in the area. The Cloud Bar is the world's first cloud spotting bar, the brainchild of Manchester artist Michael Trainor. There is also archaeological evidence of a medieval harbour here.
A historic National Trust protected property dating from the 18th Century, come to this classic estate for English tea in the tea room and enjoy a slice of history with your cake. The walled garden is spellbinding, as is the distinctive William Morris botanical wallpaper.
The whole family will enjoy the wide variety of entertainment and activities on offer at Skegness Pier. From ten pin bowling to Laser Quest, the vibrant atmosphere on the pier contrasts pleasingly with the tranquility of the surrounding landscape.
Fantasy Island is Britain's first indoor family resort and amusement park. Perfect for cloudy days, the play center offers a variety of thrills including an indoor Galactic Play Zone.
Check out the amusement arcades and the digital cinema at the Dunes Fairground at Mabelthorpe. Or if toys of a racier nature are your preference, take a look at the Mablethorpe Motorcycle Sand Racing Club. Established in 1970 and still going strong, this is an atmospheric spot to connect with your fellow petrolheads or watch the action.
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