Well it hardly seems like twelve months since I was talking about Lancashire Day 2009, but here we are again. November the 27th is a very special day in the heart of all Lancastrians as it’s the day that we can celebrate our unique identity and heritage. And don’t forget, that includes you who live […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Sorry for the belated greeting, but Happy Lancashire Day to everyone, especially those in: Liverpool, St. Helens, Warrington, Widnes Knowsley, Kirkby, Sefton, Bootle, Formby, Southport Wigan, Manchester, Bolton, Salford, Rochdale, Oldham Bury, Blackburn, Darwen, Blackpool Parts of Calderdale, Thameside and Stockport Consiton, Barrow, Grange-over-Sands You’re all Lancastrians espite whatb the map or your local council says […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Lancashire has a proud history. Following the Norman Conquest King William gave the land between the Ribble and the Mersey, together with Amounderness to Roger of Poitou. In the early 1090s King William II added Lonsdale, Cartmel and Furness to Roger’s estates, thereby giving him control of all the land between the river Mersey in the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.