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    Bancroft Mill

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    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    Barnoldswick

    A demonstration featuring the textile mill engine in steam, original boilers and Lancashire loom demonstrations.

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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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    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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    Pendle Cycle Tour

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    Cycle Route

    Nelson

    A 17 mile on-road cycle route through marvellous undulating countryside and picturesque villages, taking from 3 to 4 hours, depending on the pace you go and how long you stop along the route. Not suitable for beginners.

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    Brierfield Trail

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    Walking Route

    Nelson

    Brierfield is a fantastic example of a great Lancashire mill town. This history trail takes you around the town, its mills, civic buildings and places of worship. It also features the people that made the place, such as Henry Tunstill and Abraham…

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    Old Laund Booth Circular Walk

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    Walking Route

    We start the walk from Brierfield and soon head into the countryside of Old Laund Booth. We pass through a wooded clough and gradually head
    up to the ridge where there are excellent views of Pendle Hill and the surrounding area. We go past many…

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    Mountain Biking in Pennines & Bowland

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    Cycle Route

    Colne

    Explore the Lancashire Pennines and the Forest of Bowland on these fantastic mountain bike routes.

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    Kelbrook Circular Walk

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    Walking Route

    For this walk we take you on a route around thescenic Kelbrook Moor. You can start the walk from the Craven Heiffer Inn (01282 843007) and cross the road to Kelbrook Church. We pass through a landscape dotted with sturdily built stone farmhouses…

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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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    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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    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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    Pendle Witches Walking Trail

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    Walking Route

    Barley

    This is a fascinating and picturesque figure of eight historical and countryside walking trail radiating from the village of Barley covering the story of the Pendle witches.

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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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    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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    Favourite rides in PENDLE - Andy's route

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    Cycle Route

    Barrowford, Colne

    Favourite Pendle rides - Andy’s favourite cycle route - Wycoller-Widdop-Worsthorne-Wycoller

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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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    Pendle Way

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    Walking Route

    The Pendle Way is a 45 mile circular walk split into eight distinct sections. These sections have treats galore awaiting for those doing the route, including famous "lairs" of the Pendle Witches in Newchurch!

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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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    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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    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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