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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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    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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    Nelson Golf Club

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    Golf Course

    Nelson

    A course which does not include any wearisome climbing and many interesting holes. Visitors will find a warm welcome.The course has a wonderful panoramic views of the surrounding Pendle area.

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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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    Pendle Way Section 5

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    Walking Route

    Burnley

    The Pendle Way is a stunningly beautiful route covering 45 miles in eight different sections. The Pendle Way Section 5 (4.5 miles) - Coldwell Inn to Reedley. From the windswept reservoirs at Coldwell the Way leads down towards the traditional…

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    the gallery @ arteology

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    Arts, Crafts & Galleries

    Colne

    the gallery @ arteology showcases a wide selection of contemporary original art and limited edition artists' prints by some of the best established and emerging artists based here in the North West.

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    Pendle Way Section 7

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    Walking Route

    Burnley

    The Pendle Way is a stunningly beautiful route covering 45 miles in eight different sections. The Pendle Way Section 7 (5 miles) - Newchurch, Pendle Hill and Barley. The immense presence of Pendle Hill has drawn people for centuries as a place of…

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    Pendle Sculpture Trail

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    Arts, Crafts & Galleries

    Barley

    The fascinating true story of the Pendle Witches is being told in “stone” at this new visitor attraction. The Pendle Sculpture Trail has ten ceramic plaques. Each has its own unique symbols which represent each of the Pendle people who were hanged.

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    Pendle Way Section 8

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    Walking Route

    Burnley

    The Pendle Way is a stunningly beautiful route covering 45 miles in eight different sections. The Pendle Way Section 8 (3.5 miles) - Barley to Barrowford. Ancient field tracks lead to a 17th century hall in the village of Roughlee which has…

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    Pendle Way Section 4

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    Walking Route

    Colne

    The Pendle Way is a stunningly beautiful route covering 45 miles in eight different sections. The Pendle Way Section 4 (6.5 miles) - Laneshaw Bridge, Wycoller and Coldwell Inn. Discover the village of Wycoller with its ancient bridges and ruined…

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    Pendle Way Section 6

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    Walking Route

    Burnley

    The Pendle Way is a stunningly beautiful route covering 45 miles in eight different sections. The Pendle Way Section 6 (6 miles) - Reedley, Higham and Newchurch. Explore the ancient hunting Forest of Pendle on a walk rich in connections with the…

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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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    Pendle Way Section 1

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    Walking Route

    Nelson

    The Pendle is a stunningly beautiful route covering 45 miles in eight different sections. This 7 mile section starts at Pendle Heritage Centre and goes to Barnoldswick. A walk of contrasts from gentle riverside paths around Watermeetings to the…

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    Pendle Way Section 2

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    Walking Route

    Barnoldswick

    The Pendle Way is a stunningly beautiful route covering 45 miles in eight different sections. The Pendle Way Section 2 (5.5 miles) - Barnoldswick to Earby. Industrial archeology alongside the Leeds and Liverpool Canal quickly gives way to undulating…

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    Pendle Way Section 3

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    Walking Route

    Barnoldswick

    The Pendle Way is a stunningly beautiful route covering 45 miles in eight different sections. The Pendle Way Section 3 (7 miles) - Earby to Laneshaw Bridge. This walk skirts the looming bulk of Kelbrook Moor and follows Pendle's earliest turnpike…

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