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Living In Lancaster

Lancaster can be found to the north west of England, in the county town of Lancaster. It dates back to some time in 80 AD during the Roman invasion, and has a considerable history with the Romans, as well as the Normans. It took a while before the settlement of Lancaster started to grow, and it eventually received a charter in 1193. Over the years, Lancaster began to grow in stature, and in 1937, Lancaster was given city status. The Royal Family has strong ties to Lancaster, with the royally owned House of Lancaster being located there, as well as several large estates belonging to the Duchy of Lancaster.

Lancaster Castle is probably the most impressive landmark in the region, although its date of origin is unknown to this day, which gives it a great deal of mystique. The castle is perched over the River Lune and stretches all the way to Cumbria, while also passing through the Lune Aqueduct, which was built back in 1797. For those who want to immerse themselves within the history and culture of Lancaster, the Lancaster City Museum is the ideal place to visit, as it holds regular exhibitions, paintings and has numerous historical items dating back to the Roman era.

Information About The Local Residents

Lancaster is home to roughly 138,375 inhabitants, with a higher female presence at 52%. Lancaster has one of the highest percentages of youths in Lancashire, with over 30,000 aged 18 and under. 88.7% of the population were born in the country, while 2.3% were born in Scotland and 1% were born in Wales. Christians make up 65.9% of the population, while 23.9% are non-religious and 1.3% are Muslim.

18.1% of people in Lancaster work in the professional world, 12.3% work in skilled trades, 12.1% work in caring, leisure and other services and 12% are classed as working in elementary.

Local Schools

For primary schooling, St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School, Lancaster Dallas Road Community Primary School and Slyne-with-Hest St Luke's Church of England Primary School all have excellent rating from Ofsted. St Wilfrid's Church of England Primary School and Quernmore Church of England Voluntary Primary School are also excellent choices for children aged 5-11. Central Lancaster High School and Ripley Saint Thomas Church of England are well-respected secondary schools in Lancaster, while the Sunday Times rates Lancaster Royal Grammar Schools as the fifth best state school in the north. For higher education, Lancaster University is situated in town and is one of the country's most reputable universities.

Getting Around

There are bus services that operate during the day and night in Lancaster that go to locations such as Morecambe, Lancaster University and Blackpool Town Centre. Lancaster Railway Station has daily trains that head to destinations like Birmingham New Street, London Euston and Glasgow Central. For road users, the M6 provides entry to Liverpool, Stoke-on-Trent, Manchester and many more. Blackpool International Airport is also just 40 miles away from town.

Local Shops

There are a great deal of options when it comes to shopping in Lancaster. Marketgate Shopping Centre includes an M&S and a Poundworld, with a new Primark set to open soon. St. Nicolas Arcades is another shopping centre, and has an Iceland, an Argos, a Next and more.

A local favourite, Merchants 1688, is a fabulous 17th century wine cellar and also comes complete with a garden and a food menu. The Tap House, Punchbowl Inn and The Bowerman are also very good pubs in the area. The Three Mariners and the Gingernut Food Cafe & Bistro are both great places to dine out, with excellent reviews on TripAdvisor.

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