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Come and enjoy the atmosphere and immerse yourself in heritage, entertainment, re-enactment and have-a-go fun.
Lytham turns the clock back in mid-August by over 70 years, when thousands of visitors descend on the town for the annual Lytham 1940s Wartime Festival.
Go back in time to the wartime era, featuring historic vehicles and aircraft, music and speeches, memorabilia, thrilling battles and living history camps.
Come clothed in wartime fashion, have a dance and soak up the spirit of the famous 40s.
There’s something here to tickle everyone’s creepy crawly fancy, from crocodiles and rattlesnakes, to sea lions and emus.
Location: Blackpool, Lancashire
Wander through Lancashire’s stunning historic houses and imagine the many extraordinary episodes and events that have played out within their walls.
Location: Lancashire wide
Join the East Lancashire Railway to party like its 1949 in Rawtenstall, Lancashire where the blitz spirit is still going strong.
Location: Rawtenstall, Lancashire
This 16th century manor house near Clitheroe, in the heart of Lancashire's Ribble Valley, is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing break.
Location: Clitheroe, Lancashire
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