Businesses, venues and locations in the Lancaster district have been shortlisted for the finals of this year’s Lancashire Tourism Awards.
The Castle Inn at Hornby has been shortlisted for two awards - the B&B/Guest Accommodation Award and the Taste Lancashire Award.
Bay View Holiday Park in Bolton-le-Sands and Claylands Park, Garstang, have been shortlisted for the Holiday Park Award, while Pattys Farm Barn in Cockerham has been shortlisted for a Self Catering Award.
Quite Simply French in Lancaster has also been shortlisted for a Taste Lancashire Award, while the Dukes Theatre in Lancaster is in the running for a Cultural Venue/Organisation Award, up against Chorley Little Theatre and The Whitaker Museum and Art Gallery in Rossendale among others.
Lancaster Canal Boats is in the running for a Best for Groups Award, while Carnforth Station Heritage Centre has been shortlisted for a Small Visitor Attraction Award.
Williamson Park is up against the likes of Blackpool Zoo and Brockholes in Preston for the Large Visitor Attraction Award, while J Atkinson and Co of Lancaster is in the running for Retail Experience Award alongside Barton Grange Garden Centre and The Cheese Shop at Dewlay, Garstang, among others.
Lancaster Music Festival and the Lancashire Witches 400 project have been shortlisted for the Visitor Event Award, while Lancaster & Morecambe Visitor Information Team and Visit Garstang Tourist Information Centre
are up for a Customer Service Award.
The awards will be presented to the eventual winners on November 7 at Blackburn Cathedral.