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Visit Lancashire: Official Guide for Days Out and Places to See in Lancashire

Lancashire has all the ingredients for a relaxing breakaway this spring and summer. From the stunning countryside of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the historic city of Lancaster you’ll find everything you need to plan your visit, on the official tourist board website for Lancashire.

Head the coast for the annual St George’s Day Festival on Lytham Green, celebrating all things English including parades and entertainment for all the family. For something slightly more unusual Wray Scarecrow Festival near Lancaster is a quirky weeklong event with scarecrow trails and entertainment is the picturesque village of Wray. See our whats on section for a full list of Lancashire events in April and May.

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