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Out of the 75 key urban areas identified in the report, Lancaster has jumped from thirteenth to a considerably more auspicious eighth in the country for inner city vibrancy.
Christmas in the City
Christmas in the City
Lancaster certainly knows how to do Christmas, and this year’s festivities look set to be bigger and better than ever before. With the emphasis on the culture surrounding our historic city, together with celebrities, Santas, live music and dancing, this year’s Christmas switch on really is a day out not to be missed.
Morecambe's Seaside Festival, taking place on 31 August and 1 September, promises an extravaganza of street performance, aerial displays, fireworks and family fun, and is the only way to round off the summer holidays.
Lancaster City Council has scooped a top award that places two of Morecambe’s beaches among the best in the UK.
Lancaster City Council is inviting everyone to celebrate traditional seaside pleasures and life in and around Morecambe Bay this summer with Morecambe’s 7th annual Sandcastle Festival.
Businesses in Lancaster have voted yes to making the city centre a Business Improvement District (BID). Turnout in the ballot was 40% with 67% of businesses by number voting in favour and 61% in favour by size. The vote was independently managed by the Electoral Reforms Service.
As the stage door closes on the filming of yet another prime time TV production right here on our doorstep, Lancaster can be proud that it played a crucial role in there being something special to watch on TV this Christmas!
Christmas at Lancaster Castle
Christmas at Lancaster Castle
Lancaster's traditional Charter Market is hosting a festive Christmas Market in the courtyard of the magnificent Lancaster Castle on Thursday, December 20.
Come and join the annual Christmas Carol celebrations at the Ashton Memorial at Williamson Park in Lancaster starting on Friday 14 December until Friday 21 December 2012 at 7.30pm - with the finest local choirs and orchestras
Sunderland, commonly known as Sunderland Point, is on a windswept peninsula between the mouth of the River Lune and Morecambe Bay
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