Here are five of the best shopping outlets and villages in Lancashire

As the shops reopen again, why not head to your local shopping outlet to get everything in one go

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A shopping outlet is a great place to get everything you need all in one place

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Boundary Mill Outlet, Vivary Way, Colne Big brands in fashion and homeware at up to 60 per cent off the recommended price - that’s the claim of Boundary Mill Outlet. There’s Whistles, Clarks, Cath Kidston, Oasis, Phase Eight, Radley to name but a few. And that’s before you mention the eateries - Bumbellini’s Italian and Banny’s British Kitchen. Head to https://boundaryoutlet.com/ for more information.

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Heskin Hall Shopping Village, Wood Lane, Heskin, Chorley At Heskin Hall they believe they have created the perfect shopping day out in Lancashire. Set in the heart of the countryside, surrounded by rolling hills, Heskin Hall Shopping Village offers visitors a wide range of unique retail shops all under one roof. Unlike the high street, no two outlets are the same, offering an range of products and services. The location of the shopping village offers easy access from most towns and cities. And with free parking and free entry, it’s a great destination for a day out. Visit www.heskinhallshoppingvillage.co.uk/
Lancaster Leisure Park, Wyresdale Road, Lancaster Whether you’re a collector, a bargain hunter or a food and drink enthusiast, a visit to Lancaster Leisure Park is a chance to indulge yourself, and is designed to appeal to all tastes and ages. Visit www.gbantiquescentre.com/lancaster-leisure-park/
Stydd Gardens, Stoneygate Lane, Ribchester Visit Stydd Gardens and experience the unique atmosphere of an enchanting place. You can’t put your finger on it, or easily explain it, but you get a wonderful feeling when you visit. At least that’s what many shoppers say. It’s a little like stepping back in time, when you get a feeling of nostalgia. But you will only know what they mean if you visit and feel it for yourself. Set amidst gardens you will find a collection of creative and imaginative small retail and lifestyle businesses run by enthusiastic and passionate people. There is an array of shops, and also a number of places to get food and drink. Find out more at https://www.stydd.com/
The Regent Antique Centre, Church Street, Blackpool The Regent is an antiques, vintage, craft and retro emporium spanning three floors in an old 1920s cinema. With over 50 stalls, all specialising in a certain department, whether that is antique furniture, collectables and memorabilia, vintage clothing and jewellery or retro games and gadgets, you are sure to find something you like! Find out more at https://theregentblackpool.co.uk/