Lancashireball is a countyball of Englandball. It is situated in North West Englandball West of Yorkshireball, South of Cumbriaball and North of Cheshireball The people of Lancashireball have been rivals with those from Yorkshireball for centuries.
During the 1800s, Lancashire was famous for its cotton mills and textile factories. Lancashire was a key contributor to UKball's success in the world as it had cotton mill towns (Accrington, Blackburn, Bolton, Burnley, Bury, Chorley, Colne, Darwen, Nelson, Oldham, Preston, Rochdale, and Wigan). These cotton mill towns produced 85% of all cotton produced worldwide in the 1830s. Whereas Yorkshireball across was known for Sheffield's Steel, Leeds' Wool and Rails, and the coal mines of Leeds, Wakefield, Sheffield, Barnsley, and Doncaster. Today, Lancashireball is known for being the namesake of[Lancasterball, a historical city in Lancashireball.
Rivalry with Yorkshireball
How to draw
It's quite simple to draw
- Draw a circle with the colour a golden yellow
- Draw the eyes
- Draw the red rose of Lancashire underneath it and you're done
Map of UK counties (Credit to LavaMeteor)