The Royal Hotel (Latinos)

Thurnham Street, Lancaster, LA1 1YD, United Kingdom
The Royal Hotel (Latinos)
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Summer jobs in Lancaster?

by tenzz

I`m planning a visit in the summer to a friend of mine (a student in Lancaster).
I was wondering if it will be possible to find a job for a month in lancaster to help me earn some money.I don`t speak english fluently so i need a job without much talking:).Any help welcomed.
Thank you in advance

Re: Summer jobs in Lancaster?

by Maxus

Its not too bad for jobs here (I live next door in Morecambe) we still get shops and cafes with jobs advertised in the window. Keep you eye on this site. and if your friend is at the Uni they should see casual jobs advertised on campus. The supermarkets (Asda, Sainsbury etc) take in casual workers as does places like the chicken factory (but its grim there). If you happen to be Polish you should find a job through the local Polish community here, which is large.

Re: Summer jobs in Lancaster?

by tenzz

Thanks for your answear.
This site is really helpfull.But the problem is that i need to find a job before i get in UK.Is there a way to get a season job by phone or the internet?Maybe through a recruitment agency?

Re: Summer jobs in Lancaster?

by Maxus

There are several employment agencies in Lancaster; a Google search will find you a list.

Here are some to start with

(I guess you know that you will need a work permit, which I understand is a formality if you are from an EU country))

Travel Tips for Lancaster

Great Country Pub Lunch

by MartinSelway

A short drive from Lancaster towards Glasson Dock will bring you to the Stork Pub at Conder Green.

The pub dates back to at least 1660, and it has certainly flourished under a number of names for over 300 years. It takes its present name from the storks that appeared on the family crest of the Starkie family that took over the local estate at the end of the 19th century.

This is a gem of a country pub that serves a good selection of real ale and food. In fine weather you can sit outside the front or in the sunny beer garden to the rear.

It does get busy at weekends, but food is served all day on Sunday.

After a pint you can head off down the lane to the Lune Estuary coastal footpath for a walk if your feeling energetic.

This Inn appears in both The Good Beer Guide and The Good Pub Guide.

Lancaster - close to Mountain, Moor and Sea

by MartinSelway


My wife and I have a soft spot for this place - we both met and fell for each other while students studying at St Martin's College. I lived here for three years and my wife stopped on for an extra year to do teacher training, so we do feel qualified to talk about the place. Having said that, there might also be a touch of rosy tinted specs in our memories of old Lanky.

On a recent visit we were surprised to see how much new build there had been. The City still has the energy and buzz of a place home to a very large student population. On the down side, it is sad to see so many of the traditional pubs having a trendy makeover, complete with snazzy new name, gaudy signs and special offers.


The place has a lot going for it. To start, there's the location.

There is great variety, whether it's a trip to the port village of Glasson Dock, the Moors of Clougha Pike or a short trip to the Lakes or Yorkshire Dales.

City highlights:
Williamson Park
The Ashton Memorial
Butterfly House
Lancaster Castle
Canal boat Trip & canal side walks
Town Centre
Some great pubs e.g. The Water Witch Pub
St George's Quay
Martitime Museum
Sunderland Point
Glasson Dock
The Stork pub Conder Green
Local Villages (Wray, Wennigton etc)
The Lune Valley
Clougha Pike

(I'll be adding tips for all these when I get a moment)

"Web site resources"

For some comprehensive info on the lancaster area, the best site is:
Visit Lancaster

Visit Morecambe

Lune Valley:
Lune Valley


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