Bispham is the name of places in Lancashire, England

  • Bispham, West Lancashire, a civil parish
    • Bispham Green, a village within that parish

It may also refer to:

  • David Bispham, an American baritone

Other articles related to "bispham":

Bispham, Blackpool - Sport
... North Shore Golf Club is located at the edge of Bispham with most of the golf course in Bispham ... Blackpool Rugby Union Football club are based in Bispham ... Bispham Junior football Federation (BJFF) is based at Bispham Gala Fields ...
Listed Buildings In Lancashire - Grade II
... Abbeystead House, Abbeystead Bispham Parish Church, Bispham, Blackpool Blackpool Cenotaph Blowing Sands, 166 Common Edge Road, Blackpool Central Library and Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool Cemetery Chapel ...
Bispham High School Arts College
... Bispham High School Arts College is a secondary school situated in Bispham, Lancashire, England, with a mixed intake of both boys and girls aged 11–16 ...
Bispham Parish Church
... Bispham Parish Church, also known as All Hallows Church, is a Church of England parish church located in Bispham, Blackpool, Lancashire, England, known as the Mother Church of Blackpool ... Until 1821 the parish church of Bispham was the only place of worship in Blackpool ...
Bispham Memorial Medal Award
... The Bispham Memorial Medal Award was an award for operas written in English which was presented annually by the American Opera Society of Chicago from 1921-1932 ... The award was named for baritone David Bispham, who was a great proponent of performing opera in English in the United States ...