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

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Burnley’s education sector is raising aspirations in the borough

Burnley is at the centre of UCLan’s expansion plans, Vice-Chancellor Professor Graham Baldwin has explained; There are many reasons why, including an engaged business community and the desire to raise aspirations across the borough; The borough was recently singled out by the Former Secretary of State for Education, Rt Hon Justine Greening, who said: “The […]

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Michelin Star chef Nigel Haworth backs Youth Zone Easter food initiative

The Michelin-star Chef Nigel Haworth is backing Blackburn Youth Zone to feed over 4,000 families this Easter. Over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, Blackburn Youth Zone will deliver 500 food parcels containing all the ingredients to make a two-course meal for a family of four.  Blackburn Youth Zone is set to launch their ‘Zone to […]

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Spotlight Features

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.

Myerscough College - Leading Lancashire - an opportunity for Visitor Economy businesses

The Leading Lancashire Project at Myerscough College is FREE to qualifying SMEs and has been developed to address the needs of the Visitor Economy within Lancashire.

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.

Hampton by Hilton, Blackburn - says thank you for choosing us

One of Lancashire’s newest hotels, the Hampton by Hilton in Blackburn opened on 3 December 2020, the day the second national lockdown was lifted and restrictions were eased. We spoke with General Manager, Samantha Strefford about the challenges of opening during a pandemic.

Access Fylde Coast - What we have achieved

Marketing Lancashire is proud to partner and champion Access Fylde Coast; a pioneering project exceling disabled access across the Fylde Coast and driving Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre into the spotlight as outstanding locations for people with disabilities.

Lockdown DIY fuels Blackpool kitchen & appliances company growth

A surge in people spending on home improvements during the lockdown months has resulted in a massive growth in business sales for one Blackpool-based specialist kitchen company

A major weapon in the fight against Covid-19

A major weapon in the fight to stop the spread of Covid-19 has been launched in the UK by Burnley-based textile manufacturer Panaz.

Marketing Lancashire launch major new campaign highlighting the county

Life may never be the same again, but as we ease back towards some form of normality organisations from across Lancashire have come together for a major new campaign highlighting the county.