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About the Centre for North-West Regional Studies
The Centre for North-West Regional Studies was founded in 1973. It is widely respected, regionally, nationally and internationally for its publications, events and resources. The Centre is involved in a programme of regular activities that are open to the public. These include a series of study days on various subjects, an annual archaeology forum and periodic workshops.
The Centre's own small publishing house specialises in producing high-quality and reasonably priced books and pamphlets on the history, literature, geography, archaeology and culture of the North West. It also produces an annual bulletin, CeNtre WoRdS, the most recent edition of which is available on this website.
Those interested in supporting the work of the Centre are invited to become Friends or Patrons of the Centre. In return for paying an annual subscription they can buy copies of all our publications at substantially reduced prices and are entitled to discounted fees for all study days and other events.
The objectives of the Centre are to:
Academic Advisory Committee
The Centre's operations are overseen by the Academic Advisory Committee, with a membership drawn from across the University.
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Fylde College, Lancaster University,
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