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

From the historic city of Lancaster and the beautiful Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the Pennine towns of Burnley, Blackburn and Colne you’ll find everything you need to plan your visit on the official tourist board website for Lancashire.

Start 2015 with a self indulgent spa day or short break at one of the county’s award winning spas for some real rest and relaxation. Or wrap up warm and head out for a walk through Lancashire’s countryside, followed by a well earned pub lunch in front of roaring fire.

Feeling bored? Start planning theatre trips and days out for the coming weekends. Check out the exciting new programme at the Grand Theatre and Winter Garden’s in Blackpool.

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