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- Alderley Edge
- Cleator Moor
- Ellesmere Port
- High Peak
- Isle Of Man
- Kirkby Stephen
- Lytham St. Annes
- Market Drayton
- Moor Row
- Much Wenlock
- St. Bees
- St. Helens
The North West of England has a little bit of everything that makes the UK such a unique place: stunning countryside in Cumbria and Cheshire, the picturesque Morcambe Bay and seaside fun of Blackpool as well modern centres of shopping, art and culture like Manchester and Liverpool. Oh, and let’s not forget it includes sections of three national parks: Lake District, Peak District and Yorkshire Dales.
A little history...
The world’s first steam engine passenger railway was the Liverpool and Manchester Railway which opened in 1830.
During World War II, Blackpool remained largely undamaged. There is evidence to suggest that this is because Hitler intended to make it a ‘playground’ for Nazi soldiers once the war was over.
You might not know...
After London, Liverpool is the most used filming location in the UK including Chariots of Fire, Batman: The Dark Knight, Captain America, Fast and the Furious 6 and Sherlock Holmes.
The University of Manchester is the only place in the world where you can obtain a degree in “Mummy Studies”.
Blackpool has more hotels and B&Bs than the whole of Portugal.
Famous Face: Emmeline Pankhurst, leader of the British suffragette movement, was born and raised in Moss Side, Manchester in 1858.
Annual average: 9 - 10°C
Coldest months: January, between 0 - 2.5°C (average)
Highest ever recorded: 34.5°C, Knutsford, 3rd August 1990
Lowest ever recorded: -21.1°C, Ambleside, January 1940