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Vintage Cinema Season in Morecambe and Lancaster

For the first time, The Dukes Lancaster will be screening films in Morecambe’s Winter Gardens opposite The Midland hotel as part of the Vintage By The Sea festival which celebrates all things vintage. 228 more words

Outdoors

Lancaster Outdoor Summer Theatre Break: Oliver Twist

This summer there are plenty of twists and turns at Williamson Park in Lancaster as The Dukes returns with another spectacular outdoor walkabout theatre production – Oliver Twist – from 3rd July until 15th August 2015. 478 more words

Hotels

The Birth of the Duchess of York, Cecily Neville

On this day in Plantagenet history Cecily Neville was born in Raby Castle, Durham. Nicknamed the “Rose of Raby”, “Proud Cis”, “Queen by Rights”. The real Cecily Neville has been lost to us thanks to the proliferation of negative portrayals of her. 421 more words

History

Lancaster House, New Manager Inspires a Green Future

Lancaster House welcomes Andy Lemm as General Manager. Andy has bags of vision for the future of the hotel, but he is also returning to a place that is a significant part of his past.  477 more words

Lancaster House

Why Choose Laurent-Perrier Champagne

Tim Bell, General Manager at Lancaster House tells us why Laurent-Perrier will always sit proud in the English Lakes wine list.

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Food & Drink

10 Romantic Reasons to Consider a Winter Wedding

Traditionally the weather-obsessed Brits have chosen Summer as the time for tying the knot. However, there is a growing trend for a cosy intimate winter weddings. 496 more words

Food & Drink

14 JANUARY 1559: ELIZABETH'S GLORIOUS PROCESSION

On the eve of her coronation, Elizabeth Tudor left the Tower of London at three o’clock in the afternoon to start her procession. She was carried in a litter, and rode through London, telling her men to stop at every pageant she encountered to appreciate the artistry behind them. 1,136 more words

16th Century