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Lancashire Day In Pictures: The Most Famous Lancastrians

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IT’S Lancashire Day. You thought every day was Lancashire Day. Not so. Only today. The rest of the year is Yorkshire Day. In honour of this auspicious occasion we bring you the top Lancastrians in pictures: featuring Cecil Parkinson, Cherie Booth, Dame Thora Hird, Eric Sykes, Geoff Hurst, Mystic Meg, Richmal Crompton, Les Dawson, Bernard Manning, Anthony Burgess, Julie Goodyear, Sir Norman Foster, Eric Sykes, Sir Thomas Beecham, Mike Leigh, Michelle Marsh, Saun Ryder, Emmeline Pankhurst, Peter Purves, Dame Joan Bakewell, John Inman, Henry V and…

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  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky

  • Stockport was in Cheshire too when Joan Bakewell was born. On second thoughts it was peobably in Mercia when she was born

  • eggman

    Happy Lancashire Day to my fellow Lancastrians!! (Born in L’pool pre Merseyside and proud of it!!)

  • Joe Jackson

    I have heard there is a novel called “Lancashire Hotpot” written by Robin Drinkall. The first 15 pages are available for free on http://www.lulu.com

    It is my understanding the book is partly based on a true story in Lancashire.
    The main plot involves a private detective from Preston called Charlie Fleetwood. He has been hired by a firm of lawyers in Manchester to investigate the theft of some valuable Faberge jewellery at Slaidburn Hall.

    Charlie Fleetwood and his partner Jeremy Worden soon realise someone is manipulating events to suit their own agenda.

    The novel takes the reader through the picturesque landscape of Lancashire including Lytham, Whitewell, Chipping, Manchester and Preston.

    I will not spoil the ending but I can disclose the reader will be left wondering if “Lancashire Hotpot” is actually a story within a story about a real psychological parallel world.

    Robin has written another book on Osteoporosis in Denmark. It has been described as the best patient friendly information book on non-compliance of medicine available. The Lancashire Hotpot is his first novel and the plot is 100% believable.

    Spooky