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Free Days Out for Toddlers in Lancashire {Guest Post}

It may be absolutely miserable weather out there but that doesn’t mean we need to hide away. Get on your waterproofs and wellies and explore what Lancashire has to offer. Don’t worry about spending a fortune either if you have just spent on school uniforms and are now thinking about Christmas presents, Jenni has compiled a list of free outings that Lancashire has to offer.

Happy Mount Park, Morecambe

Park View 4 U,  Lytham

Penny Farm, Blackpool

Worden Park, Leyland

Cuerden Valley, Bamber Bridge/Whittle-le-woods

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Astley Park, Chorley

Cedar Farm, Mawdesley

Brockholes Preston

Heskin Farmers Market and Craft Centre

Mere Sands Nature Reserve, Burscough

Formby Beach/Formby Point (car parking is chargeable/National Trust members FREE)

Beacon Country Park, Up Holland

Blackburn Museum

Pendle Sculpture Trail

Smithy Farm, Preston

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Yarrow Valley, Coppull

Greenlands Farm Village, Carnforth

Marton Mere, Blackpool

Old Holly Farm, Garstang

Harris Museum, Preston

Shores Hey Farm, Burnley

Stanley Park, Blackpool

The Weavers Triangle, Burnley

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The Fairy Glen, Appley Bridge

Samlesbury Hall, Preston

Avenham and Miller Parks, Preston

Witton Park, Blackburn

Botany Bay, Chorley

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