Lancashire Day

Lancashire Day

Lancashire Day is held on the 27th November, this being the day in 1295 when Lancashire sent its first representatives to Parliament. It was first celebrated in 1996 with the Loyal Toast to "The Queen, Duke of Lancaster". Lancashire Day paralleled the similar Yorkshire Day, first held in 1975.

Lancashire Day has been widely publicised, including mentions on the BBC website. [ [ BBC] - "Lancastrians' pride in heritage" ] It has also been supported by both district councils [ [ Lancaster City Council] - Meeting of the Lancaster City Council. 17 December 2003 (PDF)] [ [ Wyre Borough Council] - "Lanky Rules OK On Wyre’s Lancashire Day"] and the county council. [ [ Lancashire County Council] - "News: Lancashire Day Fun" ]

Lancashire Day is supported by Friends of Real Lancashire.


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