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    Pendle Markets

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    Shop/Shopping Centre

    Pendle

    Come to Pendle and visit their fantastic indoor and outdoor markets!

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    Leeds & Liverpool Canal

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    Canal / Waterway / Marina

    Pendle hosts one of the most scenic waterways in England. The Leeds and Liverpool Canal is over 200 years old and at 127 miles long is the single longest canal in the country.

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    Whitehough Education Centre

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    Sub-Attraction

    Nr Burnley, Pendle

    Whitehough Outdoor Education Centre nestles is in a superb location beneath the eastern slopes of Pendle Hill, just 10 minutes from the M65.

    With picturesque hills and inland waterways of East Lancashire on its doorstep, Whitehough can offer a co

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    Greenberfield Picnic Site

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    Picnic Site

    Barnoldswick

    Beautiful picnic area at the summit of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at what is described as the "Best Kept Locks in the Country". While away the time, stroll along or cycle the canal towpath, or walk the many local walking routes.

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    Nelson Golf Club

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    Golf Course

    Nelson

    A course which does not include any wearisome climbing and many interesting holes. Visitors will find a warm welcome.The course has a wonderful panoramic views of the surrounding Pendle area.

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    Prestige Karting Ltd

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    Sports & Leisure

    Colne

    Prestige Karting is one of the largest indoor go karting centres in the North of England. Designed by professional racers, the karting circuit is approximately 360 metres long, and is one of the most demanding karting tracks in the UK.

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    Boothman Park

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    Fishing

    Burnley

    Boothman Park itself offers fishing, archery, walking, bird watching, deer watching and amazing photographic opportunities.

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    Giddy Kippers

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    Adventure Park / Playground

    Nelson

    A premier Fun and Play Centre aimed at children aged 0 - 11yrs old.

    An exciting but safe place for children to explore and have unforgettable adventures.

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    Wycoller Hall

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    Historic House

    Wycoller

    The hall was built by the Hartley family at the end of the 16th century and subsequently extended in the 18th by Squire Henry Owen Cunliffe, in order to attract a wealthy wife. Charlotte Brontë is thought to have frequently visited Wycoller village.

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    Pendle Nature Reserves

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    Nature Reserve

    Get to grips with Pendle’s wild side! Visit one of or Local Nature Reserves and you’ll see some amazing plant and wildlife. Pendle has five great Local Nature Reserves Alkincoats, Greenfield, Lomeshaye Marsh, Upper Ball Grove, and Quarry Hill.

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    Top Locks Ice Creams

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    Tea/Coffee Shop

    Colne

    Ice cream and refreshments kiosk. Postcards, souvenirs and artwork.

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    Colne Golf Club

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    Golf Course

    Colne

    Lies in beautiful surroundings nestling between the Yorkshire Dales and the Ribble Valley, with Pendle Hill on one side and the Wuthering Heights moors on the other.

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    Nelson Angling Association - Coldwell

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    Fishing

    Nelson

    Fourteen and a half acre reservoir set in beautiful scenery. Frequently stocked with rainbow and blue trout up to 10lbs+. Ages 14 - 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

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    Roughlee Trout Fishery

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    Fishing

    Nelson

    A delightful spring and river fed fly fishery, surrounded by beautiful countryside on the edge of the Forest of Bowland.

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    Alice Nutter sculpture

    Roughlee

    The sculpture of Alice Nutter is in the village of Roughlee. It was designed and built by local artist David Palmer and was unveiled officially on 28th July 2012.

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    Wycoller Craft Centre

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    Craft Centre

    Wycoller

    Situated in the beautiful and very scenic hamlet of Wycoller, in the heart of Wycoller Country Park, the craft centre has paintings and crafts by local artists, cards and gifts.

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    Healthy Lifestyles

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    Walking Tour

    Crown Way, Colne

    Out and About
    Walking and Cycling activities in Pendle

    • Led walks and cycle rides in the Pendle area for all ages and abilities.
    • Led by Trained Walk & Cycle Leaders
    • Everybody Welcome, come on your own or bring a friend

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    Higherford Mill

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    Arts, Crafts & Galleries

    Barrowford

    Higherford Mill is a former cotton mill which is being converted by the Heritage Trust for the North West to become a focal point for Creative Industries in East Lancashire.

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    The Rainhall Centre

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    Event Venue

    Barnoldswick

    The Centre provides an array of exciting innovative uses with the overall aim of providing access to services and opportunities previously unavailable in West Craven.

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    Barnoldswick Community Gardens

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    Nature Reserve

    Barnoldswick

    In Summer 2006, year five pupils at Coates Lane Primary School in Barnoldswick worked with artist Helen Callaghan to create features for the local community gardens.

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