From coastal towns to vibrant city centres, why not check these places out?
Preston city centre has seen major redevelopment over the past few years.
A host of new bars and restaurants have opened in recent months and ongoing plans to regenerate the Harris and market quarters are well underway.
Blackpool town centre combines shopping with the sea, throwing in a few fun attractions along the way.
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Chorleys town centre is in the middle of a 16m redevelopment.
This will include an extension to Market Walk shopping centre, with a six-screen cinema, an M&S Foodhall, high street retailers and restaurants.
Lytham offers shoppers the chance to explore independent gift shops, boutiques and jewellers. There is also the Memorial Gardens, the 1870s market hall, plus cafes, bars and restaurants. The seafront is also nearby.
Lancaster is one of Englands heritage cities, with the castle, cathedral, Judges Lodgings, and museums, as well as plenty of bars and restaurants. Market Gate Shopping Centre is a vibrant retail unit.
Garstang is an historic market town with lots of independent shops. The town prides itself in supporting local businesses through Love Garstang and community events.
Burnley town centre has branches of well-known chain stores, cafes and small independent shops, as well as Burnley Market.