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

For welcoming places to stay, a fantastic choice of regional food and plenty of theatre and events to see, we’ve got it covered.

Afternoon picnics in the park, watching outdoor theatre, ice creams aplenty, cycle rides in the countryside with friends, the smell of BBQs wafting through the air, camping out and waking up to hear the dawn chorus – Life really does feel good in the summer!

And where better to spend your summer than in Lancashire. From country escapes to seaside breaks; castles and museums to theme parks and animal attractions – all topped off with a great range of places to stay and eat, not to mention a huge variety of summer events. Lytham 1940s Wartime Weekend returns 19-20. Join in the atmosphere on Lytham Green and throughout the centre, immerse yourself in a brilliant weekend of live entertainment, re-enactments and have-a-go fun!

Venture to Holmes Mill to check out the impressive Bowland Food Hall, delight in shelves groaning with tasty treats, mouth-watering cheeses, fresh fruit and vegetables and exquisite wines and spirits. 

Lancashire is summer hotspot for a great range of festivals and gigs, our summer guide is just a snapshot of what’s on offer, jump on a train from London or Glasgow and be in the centre of Preston in just two hours, then it’s just a short hop to the bright lights and entertainment of Blackpool - the UK’s favourite seaside resort or to the wide-open spaces of the Forest of Bowland, the geographic centre of the United Kingdom and the latest star-gazers paradise.

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Lytham Gets Set For The Forties Weekend (16th August 2017)

Lytham is gearing up for its popular annual 1940s Wartime Weekend which attracts over 40,000 to the town. Taking place on August 19th and 20th on...

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