North West England - Cities History Map Weather Places to Visit


    North West England

    Is Home to a number of the England's most stunning landscapes. The North West is an area of variety of attractions and destinations starting from beaches to lakes and forests to cities , the North West has something for every person. North West England is a region in the the westside of North East England and Yorkshire, and in the north of the West Midlands. It shares its boundaries with South West Scotland, North Wales and the East Midlands as well. It is the Third Most populated region in The England.



    North West has a rich history and cultural impacts as well as great industrial and scientific Background How many Of you know that it's home to the cities where the first ever in the whole world to have an inner-city railway system. Many of the great scientific inventions were made in the Region's Boundaries.

    As We know there are now 9 Official regions in England But In 1994, there were Ten Regions in The England. ''Merseyside'' which was also a region back then having Its Own Govt Offices and Task force was also merged into The North West Region In 1998.


    Weathers in North West England

    Different parts of the UK experience slightly different regional climates. While North West has Cool summers, mild winters and heavy rain all year

    Some Places To visit :

    Some of the many Must visit places and Things to do in the region are : 

Exploring Hadrian's Wall by bike, bus and on foot.
Experience life in a World War I trench while visiting at the Lancashire Museum.
Having a great time Enjoying in Tatton Park.
Visiting Manchester.
Having an incredible time sight seeing in The Lake District.
Having a trip with your family in the parks of Blackpool.
Exploring the canals of Lancashire in a Canal boat.
Discovering Lowther Castle & Gardens.


    North West England Cities and Counties

    North West England has Five Counties; Cheshire, Lancashire, Mersey side, greater Manchester and Columbia. These are some of the Towns/cities and large settlements according to their respectable Counties


Cheshire :

Chester, Crewe, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Ellesmere Port, Congleton, Warrington, Northwich and Nanwich

Lancashire :

BlackPool, Burnley, Accrington, Rossendale, Preston, Morecamble, Oswaldtwistle, Clitheroe, Darwin, Heysham, Chorley, Hurst Green, Lancaster, Lytham St Annes, Barley and Blackburn.

Mersey side :

Liverpool, Wirral, South Port and St Helens.

Greater Manchester :

Bolton, Wigan, Manchester, Oldham, Bury, Rochdale and Stockport.

Columbia :

Ambleside, Carlisle, Appleby, Arnside, Barrow, Bowness, Bassenthwait Lake, Grange, Dalton, Cartmel, Coniston, Kirkby Stephen, Kirkby Lonsdale, Kendal, Hawkshead, Grasmere, Penrith, Keswick, Pooley Bridge, Ullswater, Ulverston, Windermere Lake and Windermere Town.

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