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Pendle Sculpture Trail Guided Walk



Open All Year


Come and meet the Lead Artist, Philippe Handford on this special walk just for English Tourism Week.

Meet at 10am at Barley Cabin, in the village of Barley.

Four artists have created sculptures that centre on the famous trial of the Pendle Witches to mark the 400th anniversary of that event. The artists are Phillipe Handford, Martyn Bednarczuk, Sarah McDade and Steve Blaylock

The trail features sculptures made out of stone, wood and metal. One of the artists, Sarah McDade has created ten stone plaques with different pictures and symbols. Each one is different and represents the ten Pendle Witches that died or were hanged in 1612. The walk is an outdoor walk of around 3 miles with a climb at the start. Please wear appropriate clothing.

The sculpture trail project is part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas, with Defra** as the Managing Authority and via the Pennine Lancashire Local Action Group.

Contact Details

Aitken Wood
Nr Burnley
BB12 9LD

Tel: 01282 661963


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