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    Winewall Circular Walk

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    Walking Route

    On this walk we take an attractive circuit through the farmed landscape in the very east of the County of Lancashire. On the walk you can enjoy the rich pattern of old farm houses and traditional drystone walls which make this landscape so…

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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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    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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    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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    Grand Cycle Tour of Pendle

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    Cycle Route

    Colne

    A fantastic 35 mile road route, quite hilly in places, but great for the weekend. Many of the places that the route goes through are picturesque, like Barley, Newchurch, and Fence. (Not suitable for complete beginners).

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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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    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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    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 Sculpture Trail at Letcliffe Park

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    Nature Trail

    BARNOLDSWICK

    In 2012 the Pendle Sculpture Trail was launched in Aitken Wood, Barley. In 2019 some new artwork was added to this lovely woodland site which proved so popular that Pendle Council sought to grow the trail beyond its original site. After careful…

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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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    West Craven Way

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    Walking Route

    A 24-mile walk in two parts, ideal for a walking weekend or short break. The walk goes through some of Lancashire's and North Yorkshire's finest countyside, including Kelbrook Moor and Weets Hill, with its views over the Yorkshire Dales.

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    Pendle Sculpture Trail

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    Arts, Crafts & Galleries

    Barley

    Unfortunately due to the Coronavirus outbreak we are now closed until further notice. 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…

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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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    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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    Waterways Circular Walk

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    Walking Route

    Your walk will start gently on the tow path of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. We then guide you along rural footpaths across farmland so be prepared for stiles and gates and some uphill sections. The walk is like a walk back in time, with the old…

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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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    Three Villages Walk

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    Walking Route

    Colne

    Three historic and beautiful villages make up this long circular walk which is nearly 12 miles in total - though it can be split into smaller chunks. All are visitor gems in their own right. Foulridge for its historic canalside buildings and boat…

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    Steven Burke Cycle & Sports Hub

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    Sports Ground / Stadium

    Nelson

    The Steven Burke cycle circuit is a base for adult and child cycle training, short beginners’ rides, local club Cycle Sport Pendle and cycle racing. The cycle circuit is also open for free to the public.

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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 Village Mill Shopping Outlet

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    Shop/Shopping Centre

    Brierfield

    Pendle Village Mill Shopping Outlet has something for everyone. Come and stroll around the Victorian courtyard with its water fountain and flowers, through the door into a "wonderland" full of great value items to suit all.

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