Lancashire Night at The Lowes Sat 25th November
Its almost time to don your flat caps and tabards as we prepare for our 3rd Lancashire Night here at The Lowes. This is a set menu evening and booking is required, and going off the last 2 we have you, you’d better be quick.
We will once again be joined by the Stockport Morris Men who will be your evenings entertainment.
What is Lancashire Night all about I hear you say? Well, are you sitting comfortably? Then let me begin…..
Lancashire Day is the county dayof historic Lancashire. It is held on 27 November to commemorate the day in 1295 when Lancashire first sent representatives to Parliament, to attend the Model Parliament of Kind Edward the First. Lancashire Day was first held in 1996.
Curated by the Friends of Real Lancashire, it is observed with the loyal toast to “The Queen, Duke of Lancaster”, and is celebrated from everywhere within the county palatine. The day is marked throughout the historic county by town criers announcing the Lancashire Day proclamation which declares the historic regions boundaries of the county, and finishes with “God bless Lancashire, and God save the Queen, Duke of Lancaster” (Source WIKIPEDIA)
So, now that you are all clued up, what are you waiting for book your table without delay.