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    Barnoldswick Easy Walk No.8

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    Walking Route

    Barnoldswick

    This route takes you to the lower slopes of glorious Weets Hill, which gives panoramic views over Barnoldswick. 

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    Foulridge Beating the Bounds

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    Walking Route

    Foulridge

    A walk which takes in a variety of landscapes from the gentle setting of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal reservoirs to remote upland with spectacular views of the surrounding area.

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    Cycling in Pendle Part One

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    Cycle Route

    Market Square, Nelson

    The ultimate guide to cycling in Pendle, the guide covers cycle routes, cycle shops and clubs, ideas for rides and lots of other useful information. This is Part One of two parts.

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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 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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    Colne Heritage Trail

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    Walking Route

    Colne

    Colne Heritage Trail is a fascinating trail taking in the stories of some of Colne's famous sons. Wallace Hartley, the heroic bandmaster on the ill-fated Titanic, John Tillotson who became archbishop of Canterbury in 1691, and the strange but true...

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    Pendle Tackler's Trails

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    Walking Route

    Four fascinating, mainly town trails, giving an insight into the cotton industry, the canal, and water power. Points of interest along the way include 16th Marsden Hall, award-winning Lomeshaye Marsh Local Nature Reserve, St mary's church, with the

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    Marsden Park Golf Course

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    Golf Course

    Nelson

    Enjoy stunning views of East Lancashire and the majestic Pendle Hill as you take your swing around Marsden Park Golf Course.Set in the foothills of Pendle Hill, the course is a testing 18 holes of 5,989 yards with a par of 70.

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    Pendle Leisure Centre

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    Leisure / Swimming Pool

    Colne

    Pendle 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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    Brontes in Pendle Walk

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    Walking Route

    Colne

    This lovely 6 mile circular walk takes you around Trawden and Wycoller. The Bronte Sisters, famous for their literary work, gathered inspiration for their books from the people and countryside around them. They often walked to Wycoller in Pendle,...

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    Pendle Canal Walk No.3

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    Walking Route

    Colne

    Pendle Canal Walks Circular Walk 3 - Lake Burwain. 2.7 miles, approximately 1hr 45 minutes. Easy. The Pendle Canal Walks are a great series of four easy circular walks

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    Barrowford Town Trail

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    Walking Route

    Nelson

    A lovely trail that takes you around the town of Barrowford which combines heritage and niche shopping. The route starts at the Pendle Heritage Centre, which dates back to the 17th century, and was home of the Bannister family, whose famous son was...

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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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    ARTPAD

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    Craft Centre

    Colne

    ARTPAD provides a variety of art and craft activities for adults and children. It is an inspirational environment in which you can explore your creativity and imagination through art, craft and design.

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    Quadtrex - Quad Bike Trekking!

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    Adventure Park / Playground

    Skipton

    Join Quadtrex for an action packed adventure to remember on the specially adapted quad bike trail where you will encounter the compromising hills of the natural quarry and whirl through the open woodland.

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    Pendle Sculpture Trail

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    Walking Route

    The Pendle Sculpture Trail has ten ceramic plaques. Each has its own unique symbols which represent each of the Pendle people who were hanged 400 years ago in the biggest witchcraft trial in this country. Families can enjoy finding the plaques as...

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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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    Steaming Day

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    Family Days Out

    Barnoldswick

    Sunday 19th March!
    The museum will be open from 11am -4pm and the engine will be running at intervals between 13.00 and 15.45.
    Come and see this magnificent mill engine, with its two cylinders and 16 foot flywheel which could generate over 600HP and...

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    Barnoldswick Easy Walk No.2

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    Walking Route

    Barnoldswick

    A delightful 3 mile walk contrasting Barnoldswick's Victory Park sports facilities and palygrounds with stunning countryside views over toward the Yorkshire Dales. This walk is one of 22 circular walks which feature in a book of walks around the...

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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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    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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