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Lytham Windmill © David Dixon :: Geograph Britain and Ireland Vertical Windmill, Old Windmills, Water Mill, St Anne, Water Tower, Le Moulin, Architecture, Wind Turbine, Netherlands

Lytham Windmill © David Dixon

Probably Lytham's best known landmark, the Grade II listed Windmill ( ) on Lytham Green, houses a seasonal museum with a series of exhibits focussed on the "History of Mills and... more

Chorley Cakes are very similar to other regional cakes such as Eccles Cakes, Banbury Cakes and Hot Cross Buns (in as much as they were a sweet pastry combined with dried fruit) and traditionally were baked for religious festivals. Chorley cakes are flatte How To Make Pastry, How To Make Cake, Eccles Cake, Shortcrust Pastry, Choux Pastry, Tasty, Yummy Food, Yummy Recipes, Cucina

Chorley Cakes | Butcher Baker Baby

Chorley Cakes - the not so well known cousin of the Eccles Cake but equally delicious. A tasty introduction in learning how to make pastry.

Tom so wants to do a trip here haha Blackpool, Lancashire, North West England. Places Around The World, The Places Youll Go, Places To See, Uk Tourist Attractions, Blackpool Uk, Blackpool Lights, British Holidays, Cities, Places

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Our team brings you the latest news reports and videos from across the UK and globally.

This conveniently accurate accident. The 25 Greatest Things That Have Ever Happened In The North Of England Preston Lancashire, Morecambe, British Humor, Northern England, Street Names, Blackpool, Cumbria, Looks Cool, Funny Signs

The 25 Greatest Things That Have Ever Happened In The North Of England

When it comes to sense of humour, the north wins every time.

A donkey ride on the beach! Blackpool, Lancashire, England A day out in Blackpool or Southport always included this. British Beaches, British Seaside, British Summer, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Blackpool Beach, Blackpool England, English Summer, Work With Animals, Seaside Towns

Places: The Seaside.

There's a reason why there is a song which has the lyrics "OH I DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE...OH I DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEA!" Despite doubting the integrity of many popular songs, I don't doubt this for a second. The seaside, in whichever country, surely has to be the country's highlight? The soft, warm sand, the smell of seafoam...DONKEY RIDES. With a childhood full of seaside trips, and a love for splashing my siblings when they wern't looking, the seaside has always had a place…

Salmesbury Hall windows - Picturesque Samlesbury Hall is situated in the small village of Samlesbury in Lancashire England The present hall was built by Gilbert de Southworth in 1325 Beautiful Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Architecture Details, Beautiful Places, Estilo Tudor, Historical Architecture, English Architecture, Medieval Houses, Northern England


A guide to the most popular places to visit in Cheshire, the Peak District, Lancashire and the Wirral. The village of Samlesbury in South Ribble, Lancashire and the Samlesbury Witches.

Ashton Memorial, Williamson Park, Lancaster, England by miketonge. Built in 1907 by millionaire industrialist Baron Ashton in memory of his second wife, Jessy Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Visit Britain, England And Scotland, Lake District, British Isles, Days Out, Great Britain, Lancaster England

Ashton Memorial, Williamson Park, Lancaster

Built in memory of Lord Ashton‘s second wife, Jessie, the memorial is a grand gesture to the town where Lord Ashton grew up and made a large part of his wealth. Jessie Ashton died in 1904. Standing around 35m (150ft) tall, the white Portland Stone structure, with copper clad dome, contrasts sharply with nearby woodland. Ashton Memorial design The Ashton Memorial was designed by Sir John Belcher and his partner John James Joass. It officially opened on 24 October 1909 and is the centre piece…

stop motion. Shawn the Sheep. ~Gramma loved Shawn the Sheep and Aardman Studio as much as you love Coraline, ParaNorman, and LAIKA. Clay Animation, Animation Stop Motion, Laika Studios, Shaun The Sheep, Marionette, 3d Max, Film Serie, Art Plastique, Sketches

Shaun the sheep 3D

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Plaque on the wall of the Golden Lion, Moor Lane, Lancaster where tradition has it condemned prisoners, including the Lancashire Witches were given a last drink on their way to Gallows Hill. Not in Salem, but in England

Pendle Hill Witches of Lancashire

Every year tens of thousands of people visit Pendle to take in the spectacular countryside and spellbinding story of the Pendle Witches, the most famous witches in the land. It is nearly four hundred years since the imprisonment, trial and deaths of the Pendle Witches and people are as fascinated as ever. Click here for the Gallery Tell me the story... The year was 1612, a turbulent time in England’s history, an era of religious persecution and superstition. James I was King, and feared…

Print of Lancashire cotton mill worker Bolton Lancashire, Preston Lancashire, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Cotton Mill, Textile Museum, My Fair Lady, Burnley, Industrial Revolution The Largest Online Store for Cool Posters & Art Prints on Sale

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Last of the Summer Wine: 'Edie Pegden' was brilliantly portrayed by the late, great Dame Thora Hird DBE - RIP) English Actresses, British Actresses, British Actors, Actors & Actresses, American Actors, English Comedy, British Comedy, Last Of Summer Wine, Pinterest History

Dame Thora Hird DBE

Actor. Born Lancashire. Played many comic roles. Late in her life Alan Bennett wrote a number of roles for her.

Old pram wheels came in useful, note how all the children of the neighbourhood played in the street together.


Wallace (Peter Sallis) to Gromit: "Burrowing bounders! They must be breeding like." -- from Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit directed by Steve Box and Nick Park Jeremiah Johnson, Beau Film, Matt Damon, Peter Sallis, Clay Animation, Animation Movies, Dreamworks Animation, Tv Theme Songs, Rabbit Photos

Wallace and Gromit

Wallace and Gromit is, to anyone who is even vaguely familiar with British culture, something of an institution. It’s a series of short (and one full-length) films about a bumbling Lancashire…