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About the county of LancashireSet in the historic North West of England lies the red rose county of Lancashire. A county of beautiful countryside and places of historic interest. Visit the stately homes and castles along with ancient market towns and cities of national and international importance. Coastal towns, natural beaches and superb countryside offer much to walkers, photographers, and nature lovers whilst for those seeking the fast life a visit to Blackpool, the largest beachside funfair in Europe, with its famous tower and annual free Illumination display will take your breath way.
International airports at Manchester and regional airports at Liverpool and Blackpool are right on the doorstep of this beautiful county noted for its warm, friendy, people.
Lancashire description by Michael Gerrard
See our recommended Lancashire towns and villages below, along with our listed Lancashire attractions, and Lancashire hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Lancashire
The clogs and black smoke image of Bolton has long since gone, in its place is a fine city with beautiful buildings and a diverse range of attractions sufficient to satisfy the most demanding tourist...
This is the town that was at the centre of the cotton spinning industry for well over a hundred and fifty years. ..
A picturesque village in the Ribble Valley..
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Recommended attractions in Lancashire
The name of this spacious green park situated at Darwen in Lancashire epitomises the endeavour of the local borough engineer who.....
Gawthorpe Hall, home of the Shuttleworth family for several centuries lies close to the traditional Lancastrian market town of.....All Lancashire AttractionsCastles in LancashireLancashire Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
By the end of the first world war, only a few flocks of the Cotswold Lion (sheep) remained and it became a rare breed. Thankfully, due to conservationists, there are now more than 50 flocks, with many of them in the Cotswolds.
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