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    Barley Picnic Site

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    Picnic Site

    Barley

    One the very best picnic sites in the North West, there are many footpaths in the area, and good walks can be obtained between Barley and the picturesque villages of Rimington and Downham in the shadow of Pendle Hill.

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    Atom - Panopticon

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    Arts, Crafts & Galleries

    Colne

    Pendle's Panopticon, 'Atom', rests on the hillside above Wycoller village in Wycoller Country Park.

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    St Mary-le-Ghyll Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Barnoldswick

    A treasured little church which was founded by monks who left Barnoldswick to establish Kirkstall. Externally, the wonderful roof, 16thC tower and quiet graveyard merit attention.

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    Woodend Mining Museum

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    Mine

    Burnley

    Woodend Colliery was a small pit in the Burnley Coalfield, it opened in 1912 and closed completely in 1959 and it was in fact the last vertical pit shaft to be sunk in the area.

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    Pendle Hippodrome Theatre

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    Theatre

    Colne

    The Pendle Hippodrome Theatre is a limited company providing a service with a professional standard to the local community. Owned by the Pendle Hippodrome Theatre Company who perform two/three shows per year.

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    Pendle Sculpture Trail

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    Arts, Crafts & Galleries

    Barley

    The fascinating true story of the Pendle Witches is being told in “stone” at this new visitor attraction. The Pendle Sculpture Trail has ten ceramic plaques. Each has its own unique symbols which represent each of the Pendle people who were hanged.

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    the gallery @ arteology

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    Arts, Crafts & Galleries

    Colne

    the gallery @ arteology showcases a wide selection of contemporary original art and limited edition artists' prints by some of the best established and emerging artists based here in the North West.

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