Friday, 15 November 2013

Lancashire Day 2013

Thanks to proud Lancastrian Jeff Carter who has done his usual fine job in compiling this information. As I was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, I always like to take part in these local celebrations of our history.
  • Guest House, Union St, Southport, Lancashire Night with Southport Swords,Tuesday 26 November in aid of Queenscourt Hospice. Proclamation 9.00pm by CAMRA stalwart Stuart Elliott.
  • Inn Beer Shop, Lord St, Southport, Wednesday 27 November. Lancashire cask and bottled beers, Lancashire music and nibbles.
  • Barons Bar, Scarisbrick Hotel, Lord St, Southport, Wednesday 27 November: Lancashire Day Proclamation at 1.00pm by Don Evans, West Lancashire Town Crier; Lancashire beers.
  • Sir Henry Segrave (Wetherspoons), Lord St, Southport, Wednesday 27 November. Lancashire beers and charity raffle.
  • Sandgrounder, Lord St, Southport, Wednesday, 27 November. Lancashire Day menu and 2 Lancashire cask ales at £2 per pint.
  • Crown, Station Road, Croston, Wednesday, 27 November. Lancashire Day menu 4.30pm to 8.30pm: Lancashire Hot Pot or Delway cheese board; two for one offer.
  • Hop Vine, Liverpool Road, Burscough,Wednesday, 27 November, Lancashire Night. Lancashire and Burscough brewer beers.
  • Hop Inn Beer Shoppe, Burscough St, Ormskirk, Wednesday, 27 November. Lancashire beers, quiz and nibbles.
  • The Ship, Wheat Lane, Lathom, Thursday, 28 November. Lancashire themed quiz night from 9.00pm.
  • The Grapes, 67 Town Road, Croston, Sunday 24 November: Celebrate Lancashire Day, Regional Morris Dancers, Croston Drumming Band, Indoor stalls include Delway cheese, Lancashire crisps and Bretherton Bakery, hot pie and peas and tables (bookable) for traditional Sunday lunch. Tel: 01772 600 225.

3 comments:

  1. Agreed, always good to see the traditional counties recognised and celebrated.

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  2. Will there be showings of that classic celebration of Lancashire culture - the "Ecky Thump" episode of The Goodies?

    "There's nowt wrong wi' owt that mitherin' clutterbucks don't barley grummett!"

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    1. They seem to have missed that one out ~ what a shame!

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