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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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    Castercliffe Circular Walk

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    Walking Route

    Our walk starts from the Admiral Lord Rodney pub (01282 870083) and sets off running alongside Pendle Water. We soon take a path over the hills towards Trawden and take a route back towards Colne through this attractive area of Pennine Lancashire.…

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    The Muni Theatre - Colne

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    Theatre

    Colne

    The Muni is an Edwardian theatre situated in the heart of Colne town centre, offering year-round entertainment for all the family, from live music, big name comedians and dance nights to an annual pantomime. The iconic landmark can hold up to 600 in…

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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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    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 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. We…

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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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    Quadtrex - Quad Bike Trekking!

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    Adventure Park / Playground

    Skipton

    Join Quadtrex for an action packed adventure to remember on the specially adapted quad bike trail where you will encounter the compromising hills of the natural quarry and whirl through the open woodland.

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    Pendle Heritage Centre

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    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    Nelson

    The Pendle Heritage Centre is open daily and includes a Garden Tearoom, 18th Century Walled Garden, Cruck Frame Barn, a Parlour shop, Tourist Information Centre, Pendle Arts Gallery and a Conference Centre.

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    Pendle Canal Walk No.4

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    Walking Route

    Colne

    Pendle Canal Walks Circular Walk 4 - Foulridge Wharf & Country Brook. Approximately 5 miles, 3 hours. Moderate to hard. The Pendle Canal Walks are a great series of four easy circular walks

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    Old Laund Booth Circular Walk

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    Walking Route

    We start the walk from Brierfield and soon head into the countryside of Old Laund Booth. We pass through a wooded clough and gradually head
    up to the ridge where there are excellent views of Pendle Hill and the surrounding area. We go past many…

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    NEW Farm Safari at Thornton Hall Country Park

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    Safari Park

    Nr Barnoldswick

    NEW unique drive through Farm Safari experience in the Lancashire/Yorkshire Countryside. 

    See a wide variety of farm animals as you journey over some of their 160 acres of fields and quarry land, get up close and personal with the animals – all…

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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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    Bancroft Mill

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    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    Barnoldswick

    A demonstration featuring the textile mill engine in steam, original boilers and Lancashire loom demonstrations.

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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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    Pendle Canal Walk No.2

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    Walking Route

    Colne

    Pendle Canal Walks Circular Walk 2 - Wanless Bridge & Barrowford Locks. 2.5 miles, approximately 1hr 30 minutes. Easy/Moderate. The Pendle Canal Walks are a great series of four easy circular walks

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    Stream & Steam Trail

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    Walking Route

    Barnoldswick

    A fantastic walk through the industrial heritage of Barnoldswick. Along the trail you will find many clues to the past, including Gillians, an example of an early water powered mill, and Bancroft Mill, one of the few remaining mill steam engines, whi

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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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    The Leisure Box

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    Sports & Leisure

    NELSON

    The Leisure Box is Burnley and Pendle’s new community leisure facility, based at the iconic Northlight site in Brierfield.
    Operated by Burnley FC in the Community (Burnley FC’s official charity), the old warehouse section of the former Brierfield…

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    Foulridge - Greenberfield - East Marton, Pendle

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    Cycle Route

    Foulridge, Colne

    A lovely route following the Leeds - Liverpool canal north towards the Yorkshire Dales and along the way you can stop and enjoy places like Salterforth Village and Greenderfield locks.

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    Barnoldswick Easy Walk No.8

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    Walking Route

    Barnoldswick

    This route takes you to the lower slopes of glorious Weets Hill, which gives panoramic views over Barnoldswick. 

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