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    The Leisure Box

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    Sports & Leisure

    NELSON

    The Leisure Box is Burnley and Pendle’s new community leisure facility, based at the iconic Northlight site in Brierfield.
    Operated by Burnley FC in the Community (Burnley FC’s official charity), the old warehouse section of the former Brierfield…

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    Clarion House

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    Tea/Coffee Shop

    BURNLEY

    The Clarion House was built in 1912 for Nelson Independent Labour Party and is the last remaining house of many across the country. These houses provided a place in the countryside for people to enjoy fresh air and comradeship, a tradition that…

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    Pennine Cycleway

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    Cycle Route

    Nelson

    The Pennine Cycleway is part of the National Cycle Network , and is ideal for families and beginners as its 40km route follows the towpath of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. There are many points of interest on, or close by, the route, including Pendle

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    The ACE Centre

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    Theatre

    Nelson

    PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE CORONA VIRUS OUTBREAK THAT THE CENTRE WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. The ACE Centre in Nelson is an Arts, Culture and Enterprise venue which has many functions and hosts a whole range of activities. This bright,…

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    Castercliffe Circular Walk

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    Walking Route

    Our walk starts from the Admiral Lord Rodney pub (01282 870083) and sets off running alongside Pendle Water. We soon take a path over the hills towards Trawden and take a route back towards Colne through this attractive area of Pennine Lancashire.…

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    Nelson Angling Association - Coldwell

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    Fishing

    Nelson

    Lower Coldwell is a 14.5 acre reservoir set in the hills above Nelson. It is regularly stocked with Rainbow Trout and Blue Trout in the 2lb-5lb range as well as a small number of fish in the 5lb-10lb range. It also holds a number of ‘wild’ Brown…

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    Cycling in Pendle Part Two

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    Cycle Route

    Market Square, Nelson

    This is the ultimate guide to cycling in Pendle. It covers cycling routes, shops and clubs and lots of ideas for rides. This is Part Two of the guide.

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    David Johns Bespoke Guided Tours

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    Sightseeing

    Colne

    Personal tours from your accommodation tailored to your requirements. Guided walks optional. All personalised tours chaufferred in luxury 4x4 vehicle. Enquiries from coach parties / operators also welcome

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    The Atom Trail

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    Walking Route

    Wycoller

    The Atom Trail is a short circular walking trail around one of East Lancashire's intriguing "Panopticans" or artistic "sculptures" offering stunning viewpoints. The Atom looks down on the village of Wycoller and its Country Park. The views are grea

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    Top Hat Tours

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    Walking Tour

    Clitheroe

    Simon Entwistle is an experienced guide, and consumate storyteller, who can be hired to do tours for groups (from a minimum of two people) up to coaches of 50+ people. His ghost tours are very popular and In Pendle he often leads tours recounting the

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    Tour of Britain Section One

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    Cycle Route

    Barnoldswick

    The UK's top cycle race for world class cyclists, The Tour of Britain, took place in Pendle & the Ribble Valley in 2015. Many "ordinary" cyclists love cycling the route. To make it a bit easier we've split the route into a number of sections. This…

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    Thornton Hall Country Park

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    Farm

    Nr Barnoldswick

    Come rain or shine, a fun filled, family day out beckons at Thornton Hall Farm. Animal encounters, glorious countryside, indoor and outdoor entertainment and much more.

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    Witches Galore

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    Shop/Shopping Centre

    Pendle

    Inside you'll find fiendishly ghoulish delights to thrill and to chill you...beware; we're in the heart of Pendle Witch Country!

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    Black Moss Reservoir Walk

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    Walking Route

    A walk around the reservoirs near Barley Picnic area and Car park. No steep gradients. Lots of wildlife and birds to be seen. The walk also passes the Pendle Scuplture Trail. 

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    Favourite rides in PENDLE - Kirsti's route

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    Cycle Route

    Colne

    Kirsti’s says that her favourite cycle route is "up Dark Lane and along Moor Bottom, near Boulsworth Hill, on the Pennine Bridleway.  It’s an ancient packhorse trail

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    Barnoldswick Walk No.22

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    Walking Route

    Barnoldswick

    This 5.5 mile walk takes you gently to the summit of Weets Hill, with its panoramic views across to Pendle Hill on one side, and the to the Yorkshire Dales, on the other. 

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    Colne Water Angling Club

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    Fishery

    COLNE

    Welcome to Colne Water Angling Club. Established in 1952 we are one of Lancashire’s oldest fly fishing clubs and provide quality trout angling for the discerning angler. Our waters are set in some of the most scenic surroundings in North East…

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    Pendle Canal Walk No.1

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    Walking Route

    Colne

    Pendle Canal Walks Circular Walk 1 - Mile Tunnel and Slipper Hill. 2.5 miles, approximately 1hr 30 minutes. Moderate. Level and steep walking. The Pendle Canal Walks are a great series of four easy circular walks from two to five miles.

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    Pendle Canal Walk No.2

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    Walking Route

    Colne

    Pendle Canal Walks Circular Walk 2 - Wanless Bridge & Barrowford Locks. 2.5 miles, approximately 1hr 30 minutes. Easy/Moderate. The Pendle Canal Walks are a great series of four easy circular walks

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    Pendle Leisure Centre

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    Leisure / Swimming Pool

    Colne

    THE CENTRE WILL BE RE-OPENING on 25th July. Leisure Centre is a multi-use leisure facility with a traditional 25m swimming pool and 10m teaching pool.It has a state-of-the-art gym with ROC-IT resistance equipment and Expresso interactive bikes

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