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Ten perfect gifts every Lancastrian needs in their life this Lancashire Day

Take a look at some of our great Lancashire themed gift ideas this Lancashire Day

It's Lancashire Day this Tuesday (27 November) and we have some great gift ideas for every ultimate Lancastrian.

Top review: I gave this cheese 5 stars. Saw it on a food programme so thought I would give it a try as I love good cheese. It's wonderful. Difficult to describe the taste - soft and creamy, strong, but not enough to make even the most fussy person dislike the taste. All our friends want to know where to get it. I will order more. Delivery time excellent, about five days.

1. This Lancashire cheese bomb

Top review: I gave this cheese 5 stars. Saw it on a food programme so thought I would give it a try as I love good cheese. It's wonderful. Difficult to describe the taste - soft and creamy, strong, but not enough to make even the most fussy person dislike the taste. All our friends want to know where to get it. I will order more. Delivery time excellent, about five days.
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Top review: "He absolutely loves it! I think it may have to be surgically removed for washing! Thank you."

2. A traditional boatman's Gansey by Carole Wareing - made on her wool boat

Top review: "He absolutely loves it! I think it may have to be surgically removed for washing! Thank you."
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Top review: This is wonderful tea! I used to drink another tea but I like Lancashire Tea better. Lancashire Tea has a "softer" and "creamier" taste. Try it, you won't be disappointed.

3. Lancashire tea bags - really, are there any other kind?

Top review: This is wonderful tea! I used to drink another tea but I like Lancashire Tea better. Lancashire Tea has a "softer" and "creamier" taste. Try it, you won't be disappointed.
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The town of Kirkham was painted by Lowry in 1935 with a wide street full of people and a house in front of the church.

4. This excellent print of the painting 'A Lancashire Village' by LS Lowry

The town of Kirkham was painted by Lowry in 1935 with a wide street full of people and a house in front of the church.
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