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When a widow from Wigan built a cottage nearby in 1797 for seasonal lodgers, Sutton quickly built a new inn on the site of the bathing house which he called the South Port Hotel, moving to live there the following season.The locals thought him mad and referred to the building as the Duke's Folly, but Sutton arranged transport links from the canal that ran through Scarisbrick, four miles from the hotel, and trade was remarkably good.

This was one of the conditions required by the Hesketh family when they made land available for development in the 19th century.Local fauna include the Natterjack toad and the Sand lizard.The town contains examples of Victorian architecture and town planning, on Lord Street and elsewhere.From south to north, these villages were South Hawes, Haweside, Little London, Higher Blowick, Lower Blowick, Rowe-Lane, Churchtown, Marshside, Crossens, and Banks.As well as Churchtown, there were vicarages in Crossens and Banks.

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