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    Barnoldswick Community Gardens

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    Nature Reserve

    Barnoldswick

    In Summer 2006, year five pupils at Coates Lane Primary School in Barnoldswick worked with artist Helen Callaghan to create features for the local community gardens.

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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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    Prestige Karting Ltd

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    Sports & Leisure

    Colne

    Prestige Karting is one of the largest indoor go karting centres in the North of England. Designed by professional racers, the karting circuit is approximately 360 metres long, and is one of the most demanding karting tracks in the UK.

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    Boothman Park

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    Fishing

    Burnley

    Boothman Park itself offers fishing, archery, walking, bird watching, deer watching and amazing photographic opportunities.

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    Barley Picnic Site

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    Picnic Site

    Barley

    One the very best picnic sites in the North West, there are many footpaths in the area, and good walks can be obtained between Barley and the picturesque villages of Rimington and Downham in the shadow of Pendle Hill.

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    Burwain Sailing Club

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    Lake/Reservoir

    Colne

    Fantastic sailing club set in superb scenery. Great sailing facilities for visitors and members alike; good boat storage with easy access and launching; a safe sailing environment with good learning facilities for those just starting out.

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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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    Pendle Canal Walks

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    Walking Route

    A great series of four easy circular walks from 2 two to five miles. Most are easy walking and include sections along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal towpath and through Alkincoates Park Nature Reserve. Admire the views whilst you watch beautiful wildlif

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    Pendle Reservoir Walks

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    Walking Route

    A series of three circular walks around some of Pendle's most scenic reservoirs starting and finishing in the picturesque village of Barley. The walks take in a host of wildlife an feature a number of woodland areas.

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    Top Locks Ice Creams

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    Tea/Coffee Shop

    Colne

    Ice cream and refreshments kiosk. Postcards, souvenirs and artwork.

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    Wycoller Craft Centre

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    Craft Centre

    Wycoller

    Situated in the beautiful and very scenic hamlet of Wycoller, in the heart of Wycoller Country Park, the craft centre has paintings and crafts by local artists, cards and gifts.

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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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    Colne Golf Club

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    Golf Course

    Colne

    Lies in beautiful surroundings nestling between the Yorkshire Dales and the Ribble Valley, with Pendle Hill on one side and the Wuthering Heights moors on the other.

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    Wycoller Country Park

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    Country Park/Nature Reserve

    Colne

    In a valley largely devoted to sheep and cattle rearing, Wycoller Country Park has a good network of footpaths for walkers. The hamlet of Wycoller includes historic Wycoller Hall.

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    Reedley Marina

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    Canal / Waterway / Marina

    Nelson

    Reedley Marina is a new 100 berth marina offering superb facilities for the modern boater, and is also is a lovely spot to eat, as the Kingfisher Cafe has stunning views over Pendle Hill.

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    St Mary-le-Ghyll Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Barnoldswick

    A treasured little church which was founded by monks who left Barnoldswick to establish Kirkstall. Externally, the wonderful roof, 16thC tower and quiet graveyard merit attention.

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    'Wiggle' Pedal Pendle (68km)

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    Cycle Route

    Nelson

    Tackling the Pendle countryside you will enjoy one of three routes: 25km, 68km, or 95km, enjoying the beautiful surroundings as you pass through the district of Pendle.

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    Colne Golf Club

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    Golf Course

    Colne

    Lies in beautiful surroundings nestling between the Yorkshire Dales and the Ribble Valley, with Pendle Hill on one side and the Wuthering Heights moors on the other.

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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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    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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