Welcome to the North West, and this week, we’re ducking in just underneath Cumbria. Stunning as the Lake District is, we give it plenty of attention on its own, so this week, let’s have a look at some “hidden jewels” to be found among the uppermost corners of North Lancashire and East Yorkshire. Experience the untamed ruggedness of Lancashire’s Trough of Bowland

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The North West is synonymous with Beatrix Potter, who drew her beloved characters from her home at Fell Top, in the Lake District. Now characters from the award-winning Peter Rabbit animated CBeebies TV series have hopped down the coast to Blackpool’s famous seafront, to star in their own adventures. Situated just beside Madame Tussauds Blackpool.

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The screams in Blackpool aren’t just coming from the rollercoasters, as you’ll discover (if you dare!) at the Blackpool Dungeon, set deep in the belly of the theatrical Blackpool Tower. Take a trip through 1,000 years of Lancashire’s gruesome, dark, mysterious and funny history and experience the trip of a lifetime- and beyond?

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The epitome of Great British seaside fun, and the North West’s most-visited attraction since 1896, Blackpool Pleasure Beach is Britain's favourite seafront amusement park. Packed with white-knuckle action, it’s the UK’s most ride intensive amusement park. Right on the dramatic seafront, thrill-seekers can spend the day screaming on rollercoasters like Avalanche, Big Dipper and brand new ICON. Or dare you take on the famous Big One

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Deep beneath Ingleborough hill and the picturesque craft village of Ingleton, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, lies a hidden subterranean landscape with gushing streams and waterfalls, exotic cave formations, and a huge ice-age cavern adorned with thousands of stalactites.

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