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The Old Chapel

This pub was once a Methodist Chapel.

Darwen >

The Sir Thomas Gerard

Take a look at old photographs of Ashton-in-Makerfield.

Ashton-in-Makerfield >

The Sir Richard Owen

You won’t find any dinosaurs in this pub!

Lancaster >

The Ash Tree

This pub name has the same origin as the place name Ashton-under-Lyne.

Ashton-under-Lyne >

The Trawl Boat Inn

This pub preserves the memory of an earlier Trawl Boat Inn.

Lytham St Annes >

The Jolly Tars

Discover the history of Cleveleys.

Cleveleys >

The Layton Rakes

In late Victorian times, the site of these licensed premises was occupied by Whitehead’s Fish, Game, Poultry and Oyster Warehouse.

Blackpool >

The Sir Henry Tate

Take a look at old prints of Chorley.

Chorley >

The Court Leet

You might be in the mood for gingerbread after reading this history!

Ormskirk >

The Leyland Lion

This pub tells the history of Leyland Motors.

Leyland >

The Albert and The Lion

Discover the history of Blackpool and its entertainment.

Blackpool >

The Velvet Coaster

The form of this building was inspired by elements of the sea and the fast paced movement of the coaster which the building is named after.

Blackpool >

The Commercial Hotel

The history of Accrington is displayed on the walls of this pub.

Accrington >

The Grey Friar

Did you know, in 1911 Preston had more than 60 mills?

Preston >

The Poulton Elk

This pub is named after an exciting discovery in the 1970s.

Poulton-le-Fylde >

The Wallace Hartley

Read about a hero who went down with the Titanic.

Colne >

The Brun Lea

Discover the history of Burnley.

Burnley >

The Thomas Burke

Thomas was nicknamed “Minstrel Boy” by the miners who often did his work so he could sing to them.

Leigh >

The Thomas Drummond

Discover the history of Fleetwood.

Fleetwood >

The Postal Order

According to a medieval writer, the first Christian church on this site was established in the 6th century.

Blackburn >