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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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    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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    Seedhill Athletics Facility

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    Leisure Centre

    Nelson

    Seedhill Athletics and Fitness Centre in Nelson has undergone a major revamp of its athletics facilities. The site boasts a fully fitted fitness suite with cardio-vascular and resistance equipment and a fully floodlit 6 lane, 400m synthetic athletics

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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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Colne Little Theatre

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    Theatre

    Colne

    The Little Theatre in River Street, Colne is the home of Colne Dramatic Society. An increasingly popular, and respected venue providing an eclectic mix of both cutting edge and traditional theatre in the Pendle area. Tickets are available from the…

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    Alice Nutter sculpture

    Roughlee

    The sculpture of Alice Nutter is in the village of Roughlee. It was designed and built by local artist David Palmer and was unveiled officially on 28th July 2012.

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    Greenberfield Picnic Site

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    Picnic Site

    Barnoldswick

    Beautiful picnic area at the summit of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at what is described as the "Best Kept Locks in the Country". While away the time, stroll along or cycle the canal towpath, or walk the many local walking routes.

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    Pendle's Six Circular Walks

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    Walking Route

    Colne

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    Wavelengths

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    Leisure Centre

    Nelson

    Following a £3 million investment to Pendle Wavelengths, the redeveloped centre has opened it's door to the public and boasts the latest family and adult facilities, including:

    * The Active Zone - a FITNESS ZONE with the latest hi tech equipment

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    Pendle Leisure Centre

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    Leisure Centre

    COLNE

    Modern design 6 lane 25m swimming pool with deep and shallow ends plus childrens' learner pool. Cafebar overlooking main pool Swimming lessons are held here regularly.State of the art fitness centre. Multi-purpose sports hall with balcony spectator…

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    Higherford Mill

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    Arts, Crafts & Galleries

    Barrowford

    Higherford Mill is a former cotton mill which is being converted by the Heritage Trust for the North West to become a focal point for Creative Industries in East Lancashire.

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    Roughlee Trout Fishery

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    Fishing

    Nelson

    A delightful spring and river fed fly fishery, surrounded by beautiful countryside on the edge of the Forest of Bowland.

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    Whitehough Education Centre

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    Sub-Attraction

    Nr Burnley, Pendle

    Whitehough Outdoor Education Centre nestles is in a superb location beneath the eastern slopes of Pendle Hill, just 10 minutes from the M65.

    With picturesque hills and inland waterways of East Lancashire on its doorstep, Whitehough can offer a co

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    Wycoller Hall

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    Historic House

    Wycoller

    The hall was built by the Hartley family at the end of the 16th century and subsequently extended in the 18th by Squire Henry Owen Cunliffe, in order to attract a wealthy wife. Charlotte Brontë is thought to have frequently visited Wycoller village.

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    Pendle Witches

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    Sightseeing

    Pendle is famous for the most famous witchraft trials in Britain. The Pendle Witches lived in the early 1600’s at a time of religious persecution and superstition. The protestant king, James I, had just survived the catholic gunpowder plot.…

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