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8th April 2019 to 22nd September 2019, 8th April 2019 to 22nd September 2019
Learn how to sial in this beginner taster session! You need no prior exeprience to take part as you climb aboard with 4 others to learn the ropes from a fully qualified skipper. The trip will last approx. 3 hours and depart at high tide (times change daily so checking ahead is advised).
4th July 2019 to 7th September 2019
This years production 'Utopian' is set to be another spectacular and fast-moving live performance which promises to keep you sitting on the edge of your seat. Hot Ice is a dream that is brought to life by the stunning lighting that reflects the mood and magnificence of each scene.
27th July 2019 to 28th July 2019
The award-winning show is back for 2019. The Chorley Flower Show in Astley Park is fast becoming one of the most popular events in Lancashire. We’ve won the ‘Tourism Event of the Year’ award in 2016 and it’ll be bigger and better in 2019.
3rd August 2019
Get your wellies out for the Garstang Show, a leading one day agricultural and horticultural show in the north west! It's packed full of entertainment for all the family on 3rd August. At its heart, the livestock and horticulture displays are set to be fantastic. Open from 8.30am until 6pm, the show promises to be a brilliant family day out, packed full of entertainment. There will be agricultural and horticultural displays, a farmers market, craft stalls, children's entertainment, a variety of trade stands, music, local food and beer.
8th August 2019
The magical gems of Storybook Land have been stolen by a maurading gang of maleficent malcontents, and your favourite fairy-tale characters need you to join the quest to get them back. Can you learn the knightly know how and the prized princess skills you need to rescue everyone's happily ever afters! This intreractive adventure will see you and your family join colourful characters on a steam train ride, during which you will take part in a host of entertaining activities to complete the story.
10th August 2019
Clitheroe Food Festival is an annual showcase of the hard work and dedication from local food and drink producers, and their fabulous produce. The Festival takes over the town centre with the biggest street buffet of food and drink you’ve ever sampled with tastes, smells and sounds to entice all the senses! Local food producers are handpicked from across the county to set up market stalls in every available conceivable public space, to offer samples and sell their wares with demonstrations and food related activities and entertainment in the most unlikely venues. The main town centre streets are completely cut off to traffic for the event with a park and ride service available for visitors arriving by car. Expect glorious, quality Lancashire produce, the Ribble Valley’s superb and inspirational chefs, food-based activities for all the family and great music from the area. A huge array of wonderful foods, from meat from traditional Lancashire breeds and organic dairy produce including milk, cheese, yogurt and ice-cream, to handmade pies and pastries and a feast of fruit and vegetables packed with natural flavours.
10th August 2019 to 11th August 2019
The 2019 St Anne’s Kite Festival will take place this August. Joined by kite teams from across the UK and overseas, the event will make the skies above St Anne’s seafront awash with colour on Saturday and Sunday as fabulous display kites take to the air on the beach adjacent to the pier. Weather permitting, the event promises a thrilling and thoroughly enjoyable day out for young and old alike. This year the weekend kite festival runs from 11.00am to 5.00pm on Saturday and Sunday. Time to gather friends and family together for All The Fun Of The Air! There is also an illuminated kite flying evening on the evening of Friday 9th August. And don’t forget to bring your teddy bear or cuddly toy to take part in the teddy parachute drop. Each brave teddy will receive a very special certificate of achievement. Thanks to the sponsors and contributions from the local community which go towards making this fabulous event happen.
10th August 2019 to 11th August 2019
The programme will showcase the very best in British aviation with a whole host of amazing flying machines and some of the country’s most talented pilots. The best viewing points on the promenade between North and Central Piers.
10th August 2019 to 18th August 2019
You are here: What's On > Pendle Walking Festival Pendle Walking Festival Type:Participatory Event Various locations around Pendle, Lancashire Tel: 01282 661963 VISIT WEBSITE Pendle Walking Festival Product Image Product Image Product Image Product Image Product Image Guide Prices Ticket Type Ticket Tariff Free Admission Free Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis. About Come and join us for one of the UK's biggest free walking festivals. There will be guided walks every day to suit walkers of all abilities, ranging from easy walks of a couple of miles to fantastic challenge walks like The Pendle Way. There are so many great walks, so why not come and join in?
16th August 2019, 31st August 2019
Voted "Britain's favourite mountain", Helvellyn is not for the faint hearted. This fantastic opportunity to be guided by a professional up to the summit and escape daytime crowds will give you one of the most peaceful walks with what only can be described as some of the best sunset views the UK has to offer. The walk spans an 11 mile circular walk where you will traverse not one but five summits! If you love your walking this one might be for you. Dogs are also welcome if you are confident they will be able to manage the walk. Read below for more information and prices.
17th August 2019 to 18th August 2019
Come join in the atmosphere and immerse yourself in a brilliant weekend of entertainment, re-enactment and have-a-go fun! Enjoy historic vehicles, music and dance, memorabilia, thrilling battles, educational talks and demonstrations plus a living history camp and much more.
17th August 2019 to 18th August 2019
Tidelines Literary Festival is a first in Grange-over-Sands, taking place 17th & 18th August 2019 on The Esplanade, where the world of words will be celebrated. We have an exciting line-up, where there will be activities for all ages and families can enjoy the day looking out at our unique, picturesque view of Morecambe Bay. On the Saturday 17th August, the day will begin with activities for families, from a Flamingo Fiesta celebrating 20 years of Usborne's 'That's Not My' books where we invite families to create their own flamingo art to add to our party atmosphere, you'll be hopping on one leg and turning pink with excitement! For 7-11 year olds we will have a Moon Base poetry competition commemorating 50 years since the moon landing. Tidelines will even have a renowned space consultant, Stuart Atkinson who will be bringing a REAL piece of the moon. Throughout the day there will be a hubbub of activities from intricate paper crafts with artist Penny Hillier Evans, giant crosswords, Typewriter Busking, 'Make Your Mark' Loesje poster workshops for teenagers and a Living Library of interesting people sharing their life stories in a 1-1 session. On the main stage, Matt Sowerby, an award-winning young poet, will perform his debut show 'Kidz Theez Dayz' in anticipation of his slot at Greenbelt, where he will talk passionately about the negative effects of climate change and the strength of 'generation Z'. Local author Katie Hale will be promoting her book, 'My Name is Monster' with a Q&A session to follow. The evening will begin with a spoken word, open mic slot where budding writers are welcomed to take to the stage and share their words proceeded by a Short Story Slam led by Garry Cook, where we are still looking for potential novelists to sign up for the 200 word competition. Our headline act on Saturday evening is the comedic Kate Fox, performing “Where there’s Muck, There’s Bras” a hilarious and thought-provoking show which sees stand-up poet Kate Fox and actor Joanna Holden explore the Northern women you’ve heard of (and the ones you haven’t). This funny performance lecture uncovers the hidden history of the writers, scientists, sportswomen, politicians, protestors, musicians and other heroines who make up a far more diverse North than we usually see. On the Sunday 18th, Linda Hampton a renowned children’s story teller will transport young ones into a fantasy world of words and the Living Library will continue throughout the day. In the evening comedian Tony Vino will entertain, followed by a Gospel choir from London to close our festival. Of course there will be much more happening at Tidelines Literary Festival from book stalls, refreshments, a poetry takeaway, Cumbria Wildlife Trust and Morecambe Bay Partnership Oral Histories collection. We hope to see as many of you attend our FREE literary festival, please register for your tickets on Eventbrite and if you would like to be involved in the Spoken Word, Short Story Slam, Living Library or have any ideas or queries please email
24th August 2019
The brightest night run ever. Experience the world famous Blackpool Illuminations on a traffic free promenade. Take in the Golden Mile and all the sights and sounds the amazing light show has to offer.
24th August 2019 to 26th August 2019
Why do so many of our visitors return every year? Perhaps it is for the fantastic food and drink… delectable delights and tasty treats from our wonderful street food vendors and amazing artisan producers. To polish up their culinary skills with our free Chef Demos. To muck in with the Bake-Off stars on our free, interactive Bake Stage. Maybe our visitors return for our cocktail of niche bars, with their tempting tipples. Perhaps it’s for the memorable moments, soaking up the atmosphere, chilling to some fabulous live music, sampling the Cake-Off creations (or a cake for free entry), being entertained by the crazy Men v Food warriors, all the while enjoying the stunning surroundings of a beautiful stately home. Oh and yes, we do make sure their children are blissfully amused and the dog happy too! Come along, take a big bite of the action and see if you agree!! Maybe you’ll become a GBFF regular too.
30th August 2019
One of the UK’s best-loved pop bands is heading to Blackpool for a dazzling Blackpool Illuminations Switch-On concert. Brit Award-winners Busted will be joined by the multi-talented singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt, and Sigma, the British drum and bass DJ and record production duo who have twice topped the UK singles charts.
30th August 2019 to 3rd November 2019
Blackpool Illuminations sees this seaside city of fun still buzzing with excitement and laughter long after other resorts have gone into winter hibernation. At 10 kilometers long and using over one million bulbs, the Blackpool Illuminations are an awesome spectacle. New for 2018 was the Switch-On Golden Circle where a limited number of people will be able to get a close-up view of the show in an exclusive Golden Circle section on the Tower Festival Headland Arena. Due to it's popularity the Golden Circle Tickets are available NOW for 2019.
7th September 2019 to 8th September 2019
Lancashire's Only Dedicated Game Fair! Enjoy all aspects of country life in beautiful countryside – clay pigeon shooting, terrier show, gundog scurry, Cyril the Squirrel and his racing terriers, fly fishing demonstration, dog agility display, food hall, trade and other exhibitors.
11th September 2019 to 15th September 2019
At Lancaster Jazz Festival we aim to provide an artists playground that is both pioneering and unique. We produce an ambitious jazz festival based in the centre of Lancaster every September while having our roots in artist development. We support artists year-round, not only making places to play that are accommodating to new and original music but having a company that actively works with and for them, long term. We facilitate new artistic explorations and actively support artists in making the next step in their careers. We are an organisation that works for artists and then shouts about them from rooftops. Lancaster Jazz Festival is a not-for-profit organisation funded through partnerships and via grants. It's then put together by a Festival Team who work year round to help make Lancaster Jazz Festival and everything else that we do run on super tight budgets.
12th September 2019
Located on the fringes of the Lake District, Westmorland County Show is a fantastic day out – voted as one of the UK’s favourite Shows and enjoyed by over 30,000 visitors every year. A major livestock Show with classes for cattle, sheep, pigs, goats and alpacas, heavy and light horses too, there’s plenty to see. With livestock, foxhounds, and more, you can learn about the industry or take to the shops and buy some bespoke local produce.
13th September 2019 to 15th September 2019
Produced by festival and theatre show specialists Fit The Bill, in association with The Blackpool Entertainment Company, the event will be unique in focusing primarily on the best of British Country and Americana artists, promoting the wealth of talent in the UK that is now making Nashville sit up and take notice. Support artists include Laura Oakes, Megan O’Neill, The Adelaides, Worry Dolls, Blair Dunlop, Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra, Danny McMahon and Jake Morrell. The festival will include performances on five stages in and around the Winter Gardens complex and it is anticipated that around 100 performers will participate in the event over the long weekend.
28th September 2019
Following last year’s success, this will be bigger and better offering more chocolatey sensations. There will be a wide range of chocolate-themed stalls including: chocolate sprinkled meat pies, chocolate pizza, chocolate churros, chocolate truffles, chocolate cookies, chocolate ice cream, chocolate fudge, chocolate puddings, chocolate fountain, and more. Guests will be able to sample more goodies and browse handmade stalls by venturing inside The Ballroom, with a Chocolate Gin speciality being served on the balcony outside.
28th September 2019 to 29th September 2019
Bringing together some of the most mouthwatering and thirst quenching food and drink for foodies across Cumbria, Taste Cumbria 2019 is returning to bless the taste buds of Cockermouth in one of the county's biggest culinary events. The event has been carefully compiled by Taste Cumbria magazine and Cumbria Life, two major players in the Cumbrian food world, and definitely the right people to organise any event about Cumbrian food! With over 80 stalls and an expected 40,000 attendees, the event is going to be a big one you're not going to want to miss. There will also be a pop-up restaurant with one of the county’s best chefs, demonstrations from some brilliant food and drink experts, a beer festival, comedy night, children’s activities and free town trails to help visitors explore.
1st October 2019 to 31st October 2019
Spooky activities at the Farm this Halloween - come along if you dare! Scary mazes, pumpkin picking, pumpkin carving, freaky face painting. All the usual farm fun too - including bloody lamb and calf feeding, freaky animal petting, eerie egg collecting & much more! NEW for 2018 - Pumpkin Picking in the pumpkin patch at Thornton Hall Country Park
12th October 2019
Lancaster we're back with pure Gin Delight! Enjoy a true Gin Festival, featuring 120 listed gins, plus a selection of new and local gins to enhance your experience. TICKETS £12.50 - no hidden fees and it includes 1 G&T!
25th October 2019 to 27th October 2019
Lightpool Festival is will be back for 2019! Blackpool’s award-winning Lightpool Festival is back for October half-term!
26th October 2019 to 27th October 2019
Join us for a Pendle Witch Country Tour for Halloween on Sunday the 30th of October, leaving from Pendle Village Mill at Junction 12 of the M65 Tours last for 3 hours with stops for sightseeing and photos. Tickets must be booked in advance Call 01282 458759
1st November 2019 to 2nd November 2019
It's back and brighter! Light Up Lancaster originally grew from a partnership between Lancaster’s annual Fireworks Spectacular and a pilot event celebrating art and light, ‘Light Up the Streets’ which took place in 2012. The intention was to create a small but magical, after-dark multi-artform trail the night before the Fireworks Spectacular. The pilot event caught the public imagination and people came in their thousands. A giant fireworks and light show in the the heart of Lancaster - what more could you want on a cold winters night?
15th November 2019 to 16th November 2019
The UK's largest Gin & Rum Festival tour is coming to Preston! Get ready to be spoilt for choice with over 60 different Gins and 60 different Rums in an amazing venue for you to discover. On arrival, you will receive a branded Copa glass, guide and glass satchel, which are all yours to take home. The guide showcases all our products and where you can find them, some of these being exclusive to the Gin and Rum festival. Our award-winning resident DJ keep will keep you entertained playing music from all genres. There will also be some great live entertainment so please bring along your dancing shoes. What to expect: Knowledgeable staff Free satchel bag including a Gin & Rum Festival Copa glass Themed bars Gin and Rum Guide Talks and master classes from the best Gin & Rum
27th November 2019
Lancashire Day allows us the opportunity to declare that we are proud to be Lancastrians. The Lancashire Day proclamation will be read out by town criers throughout the county on the day. On this day in 1295 the first elected representatives from Lancashire were called to Westminster by King Edward I to attend what later became known as "The Model Parliament".
7th December 2019 to 8th December 2019
It's never too early to get excited about Christmas, and with one of the tastiest Christmas festivals coming up - we can't wait! Appearing at the festival will be all your festive favourites, with some new ones to boot. Mince pies, mulled wine, festive fizz, fancy cakes, hot food, cold food, and everything in between - you will find it at Taste Christmas Festival. The event takes place Saturday 7th - Sunday 8th December 2019 at Cockermouth . Expect to see a giant producers’ market with 60 stalls, a hot food court with meals and snacks, and a bar packed with ales and fizz. There will also be plenty of family activities and festive entertainment, with a fairground and Christmassy arts and crafts. The local Christmas Lights will also be twinkling in the background for your day making the festival truly special.
9th December 2019 to 10th December 2019
The Garstang Victorian Christmas Festival continues to go from strength to strength and is a well established and permanent fixture on the events calendar in the beautiful ancient market town of Garstang, Lancashire. The Festival takes place on the evenings of the second Monday and Tuesday in December. People from all over the region join locals to enjoy an evening of fun. From 6pm until 9pm the Town Centre is closed to traffic to enable everyone to wander safely, taking in all there is on offer. And there certainly is plenty on offer! There are bands, singers, stilt walkers, Punch and Judy, and all kinds of street entertainment and not forgetting, of course, Santa himself who arrives in style and sets up shop in his grotto on the High Street. Nobody goes hungry either with a vast array of stalls selling everything from Hog Roast and German Sausages, to candy floss and doughnuts. Most of the shops stay open for the evening so you have a chance to get those last minute gifts.
12th December 2019
Experience sumptuous harmonies in an idyllic, festive setting... Due to overwhelming public demand, original X-Factor stars and operatic multi-platinum selling vocal quartet G4 are back, with their atmospheric “G4 Christmas” tour across the UK in November and December 2018. With a series of 24 shows in beautiful cathedrals nationwide, these intimate performances see Jonathan, Lewis, Mike and Nick recall the musical experiences of their childhoods. Expect to hear timeless classics such as When A Child is Born, Silent Night and All I Want For Christmas, as well as delightful medleys to evoke the Christmas spirit, all delivered up-close and personal in some of the UK's most iconic historical venues.
14th December 2019
Chorley is famous for its markets, which date back to 1498. The Market runs along Fazakerley Street, a tree-lined pedestrianised area in the heart of the town centre, from 9am until 4pm, on the second Saturday of each month. The stalls will consist of locally produced goods including cakes, preserves, meat and hand finished crafts.
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