"I never married because
there was no need.
I have three pets at home which answer the same purpose as a husband.
I have a dog which growls every morning,
a parrot which swears all afternoon,
and a cat that comes home late at night."
- Maria Corellis
is home to some of the country's favourite seaside resorts, including
Blackpool - Europe's biggest and brightest. Why not let your hair
down in the capital of fun, which offers fun filled activities by
day and a real party atmosphere by night.
Alternatively, for a more rural retreat Lancashire boasts the Forest
of Bowland, Ribble Valley and Pendle Hill, all areas of renowned
natural beauty. You can take yourself off the beaten track where
wildlife flourishes and walk or cycle whilst taking in the fresh
air and enjoying the panoramic views.
Lancashire is the royal duchy where heritage fans will find ancient
castles and stone-built villages and history lovers can delve into
Lancashire's living legends. Take a step back in time and march
with Roman soldiers, make merry with medieval minstrels and Georgian
sailors, and meet the pioneers of the great Industrial Revolution.
A visit to Lancashire will also uncover championship golf courses,
nature reserves, artworks, fishing ports and ancient heritage sites.
This combined with the warmth, humour and friendliness for which
Lancashire is known and loved ensures you are in for a great stay.