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          Helping you find a career in Lancashire

          If you love the smell of the beach, the idea of eating fish and chips on the beach, or walks through picturesque British countryside, then Lancashire is the place for you. With its rich history, wonderful attractions and quaint museums, there's plenty to do.

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          Transport links & getting around

          Lancashire has rail connections all over the UK, with London only two hours away. Buses run between different areas in Lancashire regularly so it's never too difficult to get where you need to go. That being said, Lancashire is a large area and if you want to live in a more rural town or village, buying a car may be a good idea.

          Cost of living here

          A one-bedroom property in Lancashire costs around £443 per calendar month, while a two-bedroom property costs around £525pcm. Prices will vary depending on whereabouts in Lancashire you're looking. These are just averages, so you'll be able to find something cheaper if you look.


          Pubs abound in Lancashire. Cities like Blackpool and Lancaster offer a variety of nightclubs to dance the night away. There are also lots of restaurants, covering every cuisine imaginable, to start your evening.

          Notable Attractions

          Blackpool is a famous tourist destination in the UK, with a zoo and Madame Tussauds. Other attractions include Blackpool Tower and the famous Blackpool Pleasure Beach, where you can relax by the sea, ride exciting roller-coasters and consume ungodly amounts of candy floss.

          Outside of Blackpool, Lancaster offers a number of fantastic museums and art galleries if you're looking to soak in some history and culture.

          Lancashire is also home to the Forest of Bowland, a large nature reserve where you can go on lovely scenic walks, spot interesting wildlife and enjoy a nice coffee and cake in one of its cafes.

          Education Institutions in Lancashire

          Cardinal Newman College
          Edge Hill University
          Lancaster and Morecambe College
          Lancaster University
          Myerscough College
          Preston's College
          Runshaw College University of Central Lancashire
          West Lancashire College