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These places of worship share their cultural heritage and collections with the community and visitors alike. They are not only sacred to those who worship in them but are also buildings which showcase a variety of stories about their communities.
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Cathedral / Minster
Feel the past around you on a visit to Blackburn Cathedral in the centre of this Pennine Lancashire town. World class organ, aluminium spire, 10 bells, cafe and shop.
St Mary's is situated adjacent to Castle Hill (the site of an ancient motte and bailey castle), overlooking the River Ribble and is surrounded by woodland.
Abbey / Priory
Lancaster Priory & Parish Church dates from the 11th Century, though there has been a church on the site from 630 AD. Come and discover the Church's history and witness the impressive medieval interior, with Viking ornaments and much more.
New Central Methodist Church is right at the heart of the thriving seaside resort of Blackpool, and adjacent to the new Houndshill shopping centre.
Church architecture, triple-decker pulpit, family-box pews, and a chancel screen.
Canal / Waterway / Marina
Take a walk round the picturesque village of Halton in Lancashire and visit St Wilfred's Church, Castle Hill Motte and Bailey, the former station and the Lune Aqueduct, carrying the Lancaster canal.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Preston was built in 1950. It is of interest being built using glass bricks. It is located in historic Preston.
This is the oldest Meeting House in the area (Lancaster), and the modest, unassuming building is set amidst the tranquillity of the Quaker burial ground. Open by arrangement.
North of Carnforth, this village has strong links to the Washington family, ancestors of the USA's first President George Washington. The local church bears the Washington coat of arms, and flies the Stars & Stripes flag every 4th July.
Abbey / Priory
Remains of a Cistercian Abbey, founded in 1148, on the banks of the River Ribble.