Category:Lancashire cheeses

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Lancashire, England
Lancashire Rose, the heraldic device of the House of Lancaster

This wiki cheese category page contains detailed information and photographs of cheeses produced in the English county of Lancashire.

Further information

Lancashire is the original home of Lancashire cheese, a crumbly English cows' milk cheese, one of the county's premier cheese products. There are 7 Lancashire Cheese Makers all situated within a 10 mile radius in and around the Forest of Bowland. All 7 cheese makers make Lancashire Cheese in the traditional method using Lancashire milk. In most cases they are family businesses and are 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation. These cheese makers are: Butlers, Dewlay, Greenfields, Kirkhams, Leagram, Sandhams & Singletons.

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