Marketing Lancashire

Marketing Lancashire is the place marketing organisation for Lancashire. Working collaboratively with both local authority and private sector partners from across the county to communicate investment opportunities and to showcase Lancashire’s strengths as a place to invest, work, live and study in, as well as a premier destination for visitors. Visit Lancashire is the tourist board for the county and a division of Marketing Lancashire. Read more

Latest News

Chorley Council launches new Business Energy Support Grant

A new grant from Chorley Council will support local businesses to meet sustainability goals, improve efficiency, increase profitability and reduce energy costs. The Business Energy Support grant is open to applications from businesses operating across Chorley borough. The Business Energy Grant can be used to fund equipment, identified by an Energy Audit, that will deliver […]

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Lancaster University Management School backs new Family Business Tourism Award

A new family-focused award, celebrating Lancashire families who own or run a tourism or hospitality businesses in Lancashire, has been created by Marketing Lancashire in partnership with the Centre for Family Business in Lancaster University Management School. The annual Lancashire Tourism Awards celebrate the £3.51billion* contribution that the sector makes to the local economy, as […]

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Lancashire family owned/run tourism businesses are invited to apply for a new award - one of 24 award categories in…
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RT @pmm_acc: We are excited to have Stephen Robinson join our team as a director within our corporate finance team. Stephen will be focusi…
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Congratulations to all the winners at @VisitEnglandBiz Awards for Excellence last night! 🎉 Read the full list of wi…
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Spotlight Features

The Future of Food and Farming in Lancashire

Marketing Lancashire is proud to support a series of events, a collaboration between The Larder and The University of Central Lancashire Centre for Sustainable Transitions, discussing and sharing insights on the future of food and farming in Lancashire.  With special guest speakers.

VisitLancashire Summer Guide 2023

It’s time to get your tourism or hospitality business in the VisitLancashire Summer Guide 2023 – shared with our visitor database and through our social media channels and summer promotional activities.

Your business could be a part of featured articles such as Greatest Days Out, Year of the Coast 2023, Movie Star Treatment, Accessible and Family Friendly…and much more >

Lancashire's Year of the Coast

With 137 miles of beautiful, wild and wonderful coastline, Lancashire has a lot to offer during England’s Year of the Coast 2023. To make sure your coastal tourism business is in the spotlight and on visitors’ must-see list during this designated year, read on.

NEW - Lancashire Ambassador Podcast

Episode eight of our Lancashire Ambassador podcast is here – in this episode Vikki chats with Pauline Rigby, managing partner of Forbes Solicitors, a national law firm that holds its heritage in Lancashire.

We hear about why Pauline believes in Lancashire and what the future holds for Forbes.


The Government's Tourism Recovery Update

Rachel McQueen, Chief Executive of Marketing Lancashire, comments on the Government’s Tourism Recovery Update issued March 2023; revisiting the commitments it made in the 2021 Tourism Recovery Plan post the Covid-19 pandemic.

Michael Conlon Appointed as Lancashire Ambassador Inaugural Chair

Michael Conlon, of Conlon Consruction, has been appointed as the Lancashire Ambassador Inaugural Chair.

In the role, Michael will help champion all that Lancashire has to offer, with a particular focus on the region’s built environment and heritage.

The news comes as the Lancashire Ambassadors also sign off their Manifesto.

Eden Project Morecambe Funding - Industry comments

As the news of a successful levelling up fund bid hits, Eden Project, key partners and Marketing Lancashire professionals comment on what the project will mean for the area.

Campaign launched to highlight why living and working in Lancashire is hard to beat

Marketing Lancashire has launched a new campaign ‘Make our Lancashire Yours’ to illustrate the rich tapestry of the county with its compelling contrast of country, coastline and cities complemented by its fabulous food and local delicacies.