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Welcome to the Friends of Real Lancashire
The Friends of Real Lancashire are concerned to promote the true identity of our county which has been extremely confused in the minds of some people, especially those working in the broadcasting and newspaper industries, since the local government reorganisation of 1974.
The Government at that time stated that the "new counties" were administrative areas only, and that the boundaries of traditional counties such as Lancashire had not been changed. Unfortunately, the media refer to these administrative areas all too frequently and ignore the fact that places such as Barrow-in-Furness, Liverpool, Manchester, Warrington, etc. are still in Lancashire.
If administrative areas had not been called counties much of this confusion would have been avoided. The Royal Mail has at last dropped the use of administrative county names in postal addresses, and names such as Cumbria and Merseyside do not appear in the current Royal Mail Postal Address Book.
Lancashire Photograph Competition
We have extended our photogragh competition to include any images which you feel shows Lancashire at its' best. Photographs which show its' people, buildings, animals and countryside that they are Lancastrian and proud.
If you feel like having a go just email your photograph in a digital format and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org
The competition will close on the 31st of May and the winning photograph and a selection of the runners up will be displayed on the website.