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The town's parish church, bombed during the Second World War, has superb new windows. North-east of the town are the magnificent red-sandstone ruins of Furness Abbey, founded in 1127 and in its time one of the most powerful religious houses in the North. Among the remains are late-Norman arches.
Three 'islands' lie off the coast: the 9 mile long Isles of Walney, mainly residential but with a number of footpaths by the side of beautiful beaches; Roa Island, on the tip of a long headland; and Piel Island, half a mile away, which can be reached only by boat.
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