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    Ogden Reservoir and Fell Wood Walk

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    Walking Route

    Burnley

    Delightful walk around Upper and Lower Ogden Reservoirs with much woodland and wildlife to see. There are a number of stiles on this walk.

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    The Muni Theatre - Colne

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    Theatre

    Colne

    PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE CORONA VIRUS OUTBREAK THAT THE CENTRE WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.The Muni is an Edwardian theatre situated in the heart of Colne town centre, offering year-round entertainment for all the family, from live music,…

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    NEW Farm Safari at Thornton Hall Country Park

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    Safari Park

    Barnoldswick

    NEW unique drive through Farm Safari experience in the Lancashire/Yorkshire Countryside. 

    See a wide variety of farm animals as you journey over some of their 160 acres of fields and quarry land, get up close and personal with the animals – all…

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    Ferndean Way

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    Walking Route

    Colne

    The Ferndean Way is a lovely route from historic Waterside in Colne, visiting not one, but two beautiful country parks.

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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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    Jonas Moore Walk

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    Walking Route

    The Jonas Moore Walk takes you on a journey through history. Jonas was born in Pendle, at Higher White Lee, in Higham in 1617. Affectionately known as the "Father of Time" he helped set up the Greenwich Observatory which was responsible for the…

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    Pendle's Three Peaks

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    Walking Route

    Gloriously varied and unspoilt countryside awaits those who walk Pendle's Three Peaks. The Three Peaks in question are Pendle Hill, Boulsworth Hill, and Weets Hill and all have their own very unique character. Pendle Hill is magnificent and brooding

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    Beating The Bounds Walk - Barnoldswick

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    Walking Route

    Barnoldswick

    A 9 mile circular walk exploring the area around beautiful Barnoldswick. Beating the Bounds is an ancient tradition dating back around 2000 years when there were no maps. Local people would walk the boundaries of their local parish to mark it with…

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    The Grand Cycle Tour of Pendle

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    Cycle Route

    Colne

    The 35 mile ‘Grand Tour of Pendle’ Cycle Route will take you through rugged Pennine moorland and on towards the Ribble Valley.

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    Pendle Witch Experience Tour

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    Bus/Coach Tour

    Tours around the region to learn about the famous Pendle Witches, to improve your photography or to learn of Burnley's heritage.

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    Studio 22B

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    Arts, Crafts & Galleries

    Earby

    Studio 22B is where artist AC Telfer and photographer Matt Gartside share their skills and passion for Pendle in weekly photography and fortnightly workshops open to all. 

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    Favourite rides in PENDLE - Manny's route

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    Cycle Route

    Barrowford, Burnley

    Favourite Pendle rides - Manny’s favourite cycle route - Pendle’s 3 Peak Challenge

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    Farmhouse Biscuits

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    Factory Outlet

    Nelson

    Manufacturers of the finest traditional hand baked biscuits with over 200 different original recipes which are all attractively packaged.

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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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    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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    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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    Favourite rides in PENDLE - Peter's route

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    Cycle Route

    Barrowford, Nelson

    Peter’s favourite cycle route follows part of National Road Race Championship Circuit 2010 and although only 10 miles in length is fairly challenging.

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    Pendle Heritage Centre

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    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    Nelson

    The Pendle Heritage Centre is open daily and includes a Garden Tearoom, 18th Century Walled Garden, Cruck Frame Barn, a Parlour shop, Tourist Information Centre, Pendle Arts Gallery and a Conference Centre.

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    East Colne Way

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    Walking Route

    COLNE

    The East Colne Way is a 5 mile circular walk starting from Lakeside Cafe, Ball Grove Park, just outside Colne. Described as a walk through the green lungs of Colne, you are not far from the end of the M65, but could be miles from anywhere in…

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    Foulridge - Greenberfield - East Marton, Pendle

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    Cycle Route

    Foulridge, Colne

    A lovely route following the Leeds - Liverpool canal north towards the Yorkshire Dales and along the way you can stop and enjoy places like Salterforth Village and Greenderfield locks.

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