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We also offer a fantastic outdoor seating area in the centre of historic Market Square. Here you can feel the hustle and bustle of Lancaster, while enjoying a selection of Tapas and drinks.
The second floor has many more tables for dining, with views over Market Square towards the historic museum building.
The third floor houses our delightful function room and outdoor terrace, which is separate from the main dining area and bar, so offers the privacy you need to dine, party and create your own atmosphere.
Visit our offers page to find out more. Buy 5 or more tapas dishes and get a free. Choose from red, white or baby alcohol free Sangria. Limited one per table.
We are situated in the heart of the Historic city of Lancaster in Lancashire. We are surrounded by a pedestrian only zone, so if you travel by car, use one of the many car parks in the centre of the city and we are just a short walk away.
We are also just a short walk away from the Train station and bus station. Book a table with us by using the booking system to the left.
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General Requirements and Structural Requirements are related to the organization of the laboratory itself. Structure Requirements cite those issues related to the people, plant, and other organizations used by the laboratory to produce its technically valid results.
Process Requirements are the heart of this version of the standard in describing the activities to ensure that results are based on accepted science and aimed at technical validity.
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Around the world, geo-political regions such as the European Community , and Asia-Pacific, the Americas and others, established regional cooperations to manage the work needed for such mutual recognition.
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The CLAS program provides quality system and technical assessment services and certification of specific measurement capabilities of calibration laboratories in support of the Canadian National Measurement System.
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