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University city Lancaster & its sister seaside resort Morecambe are set amidst
beautiful countryside & coastline, in the
north west of England, with a history that goes way back BC.
Close to both the southern Lake District and the West Yorkshire Dales, the old port and county town of Lancaster has a rich heritage with many global connections.
The vibrant arts scene is reflected in the entertainment and night life So crack on and get yourself some memories you wll treasure.
See the links below and left.
See our 'What's On' events calendar for the most comprehensive and easy to read local events guide.
Entertainment, activities and all kinds of get-togethers.
of Bowland Area of outstanding natural beauty • Visit Lancaster www.visitlancaster.co.uk
• Visit Morecambe www.visitmorecambe.co.uk These sites have been specially designed
to appeal to people living outside of this area and to attract them
to this District. They highlight the District's finest features
and also provide comprehensive details about accommodation, attractions
Lune Valley Web Site Between the picturesque town of Kirkby Lonsdale and the historic
city of Lancaster is one of the most attractive stretches of river imaginable
where the silvery River Lune meanders through a valley of outstanding
There are several other Lancasters around the world, imitation being
an entirely acceptable form of flattery:
Lancaster, California The city's official site reveals Lancaster developed as the result
of the influence of the Southern Pacific Railroad, which was completed
between San Francisco and Los Angeles in 1867. Following the completion
of the railroad and the establishment of a water stop because of the
purity and accessibility, the Western Hotel, then known as the Gilwyn
was built, and by 1890, Lancaster was quite prosperous.
Lancaster, New Hampshire Lancaster is in the south west corner of the the Great North Woods
region which combines Northern New Hampshire, parts of Northern Vermont,
and parts of Western Maine.
Lancaster, Ohio It's flat. For the latest news, read the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette
Lancaster, Massachusetts This town declares the origins of its name: one of the first settlers,
John Prescott, grew up in Lancaster, England. For 40 years "he
was the heart and soul of the settlement," and in 1653, Prescott,
along with some other families and partners requested that their land
be incorporated as a town.
Lancaster County, Nebraska County information: Go
Lancaster, Pennsylvania The one we seem to get mixed up with the most.
Lancaster is the oldest inland city in the United States of America,
71 miles west of Philadelphia City of Lancaster web site The Lancaster Community Action Program
Wierd Al Jancowic - Amish
Paradise (music video)
Lancaster County, and Lancaster its county seat, South Carolina Lancaster County and its county seat of Lancaster were
named after Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The county was formed in
1785. Scotch-Irish settlers from Pennsylvania began moving into this
upstate region in the 1750s. The Waxhaws settlement on the border with
North Carolina was the birthplace of President Andrew Jackson (1767-1845). More
info on the SciWay site...
Lancaster, Texas Founded in 1852 as a frontier post, Lancaster is only 15 minutes
from downtown Dallas. Official web site
Lancaster County, Virginia Settled in the mid-1600's, Lancaster County is located at the south
eastern tip of Virginia's Northern Neck peninsula approximately 75
miles east of Richmond, 120 miles southeast of Washington, DC. Local Government Site