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

COVID-19: Marketing Lancashire launches a county-wide recovery plan. Read more

Latest News

East Lancashire Chamber’s Low Carbon project is global winner

East Lancashire Chamber are thrilled to announce that our suite of environmental and climate business support products, delivered under the banner of Chamber Low Carbon ( has won the 12th World Chambers Congress Best Climate Action Project award! Thank you to our amazing team of Chamber staff, our supporting consultants and delivery partners across the […]

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Unsung Hero finalists in Lancashire Tourism Awards revealed

Following last week’s announcement of finalists in 16 categories for the Lancashire Tourism Awards 2021, the finalists in the new Unsung Hero category were announced today (Thursday 25 November 2021). The finalists are Peter Baillie, Owner of Cedar Farm, Glen Duckett, Owner, Eagle & Child/Eat Grow Thrive, Justin Jerome, Head Chef, Stanley House Hotel & […]

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Spotlight Features

Nominate your Lancashire Tourism Superstars

This year, in a further change, the Tourism Superstar national competition is now also open to small teams of up to 10 as well as individuals, and Marketing Lancashire is now inviting nominations for this award.

Support and Share on #LancashireDay 2021

Whether you usually spend your Saturday shopping, playing or watching sport, visiting family, meeting up with friends or working, Marketing Lancashire is inviting you to share your photos/films and ‘happy #LancashireDay’ greetings using the hashtag #LancashireDay, with the aim of filling social media with positive images of life in Lancashire.

WFH or back to the office? Novi Digital launches innovative plan

Lancaster-based digital agency Novi Digital has launched an innovative plan to help its staff work in the best way that suits their personality and personal circumstances in the post-Covid environment.

STEAM 2020 - the impact of Covid-19 on Lancashire visitor numbers

The annual Lancashire STEAM* figures, one of the evaluation tools used by destinations to measure the volume and value of tourism, have been released today (22 October 2021) by Marketing Lancashire; they reflect the serious impact that the pandemic has had on the county’s tourism and hospitality businesses.

Are you a Tourism/Hospitality SME leader based in Lancashire who is looking to develop and grow your business?

Join the funded Boost Peer Networks programme which will help you overcome business challenges, learn and build a trusted network.  Marketing Lancashire is working alongside Boost; Lancashire’s Business Growth Hub to deliver a national business support programme for Lancashire businesses.

Review of Destination Management Organisations

The de Bois review of Destination Management Organisations in England, commissioned by DCMS was published today, Tuesday 14 September 2021. Read the response from Chief Executive of Marketing Lancashire, Rachel McQueen >


Marketing Lancashire launches recovery plan for Lancashire's tourism and hospitality

Set against this context, Marketing Lancashire has been working with public and private sector partners to establish and deliver a tactical response that reacts to the still evolving situation, sets out our case for investment and looks at how we can redefine the way we attract visitors in 2021 and beyond, as soon as we are able to do so.

We're Good To GO - New Industry Standard

The ‘We’re Good To Go’ industry standard and supporting mark means businesses across the sector can demonstrate that they are adhering to the respective Government and public health guidance, have carried out a COVID-19 risk assessment and check they have the required processes in place.