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 showcase Lancashire’s strengths as a destination to invest, work, live, study and visit.

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Spotlight Features

Lancashire Female Food Entrepreneurs

Women in the Food Industry, in association with Marketing Lancashire, is holding its first event in the North hosted by Lancaster University. We invite you to join us on 30th January 2020 at Lancaster University for  Lancashire Female Food Entrepreneurs – a Lancashire pop up food market,  inspiring masterclasses and an insightful and thought-provoking panel discussion.

Quite Simply - a restaurant with rooms

Lancaster’s Quite Simply French has been a popular foodie destination for over twenty years. In 2019 they added four luxurious rooms to their offer – music to the ears of those seeking new gourmet short breaks in Lancashire.

 

Invitation to Tender - Live/Work Campaign Launch for Lancashire

Marketing Lancashire is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified, experienced and independent single company or consortia to support the development of a distinct and future focused live/ work campaign for Lancashire.

2019 - a year of promoting Lancashire

In a nod to the season and the new year ahead ….here’s a look back at our year at Marketing Lancashire.  Thank you for your support and help – we look forward to working with you to raise the profile of this fantastic county in 2020.

Latest News

Here you can find our latest news, keep up to date with local, national and Lancashire related content as well as view archived press releases. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to contact our team.

Nelson in multi-million pound bid

Nelson is gearing up to bid for up to £25 million for a Town Deal from the Government’s new Towns Fund – through a transformational Town Investment Plan. Nelson is one of 100 places in England which have been chosen to develop proposals which seek to drive the economic regeneration of towns “We’ve been chosen […]

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County’s 150-strong electric vehicle charging network is now live

Drivers of electric vehicles can now find a place to park and plug-in when visiting most of Lancashire’s town centres thanks to a project to install 150 on-street charging points. The partnership between Lancashire County Council and BP Chargemaster is nearing completion and reached a milestone this week with the opening of a new charging […]

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@LancashireHour Whoops 😬 try this one https://t.co/KeU5xUKqQ3 thanks #Lancashirehour
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Thanks #lancashirehour here’s to a busy, positive and prosperous 2020 (doesn’t sound bad does it?) 🙌🏻🌹
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Great story this week - another first for #Lancashire #Lancashirehour - a new electric charging super-hub https://t.co/0zGKxLsMY3
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