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Lancaster is a town with a population of 45,000 people based in Lancashire. It's located right next to the River Lune and is part of a wider range of villages within the Lancashire County.
The earliest time the name Lancaster was recorded was in 1086 when it was referred to as 'Loncastre'. Since then it has grown to hold much culture and have a top university.
Nowadays Lancaster has many routes to large cities with it only being an hour drive away from Manchester. It also has regular trains to The Lakes, Preston, Manchester and Scotland.
Lancaster has many attractions for people to sink their teeth into whether they are arriving for a day, weekend away or long stay. It also has a really good nightlife whatever your age, with student bars, music venues and relaxed pubs spread across the town.