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  1. Add Cockerham to your Itinerary

    Cockerham

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    Countryside

    Lancaster

    The name Cockerham is thought to be Celtic and means ' A village or homestead by a winding river'. According to the history books the Church dates back to 1400, but the present building has been rebuilt and altered in the years that followed. A co

  2. Add Worsthorne to your Itinerary

    Worsthorne

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    Village

    Burnley

    Lying approximately three miles east of the town centre, this historic village with its close association with the Thursby family, great benefactors of the Burnley area.

  3. Add Sabden to your Itinerary

    Sabden

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    Village

    Clitheroe


    On the fringe of Pendle Forest, Sabden is set beneath the impressive bulk of Pendle Hill. This is the site of Pendle Ski Club's dry slopes, where tuition is available to visitors.  Pendle Hill itself is where George Fox, founder of the Quakers,…

  4. Add Arkholme to your Itinerary

    Arkholme

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    Countryside

    Lune Valley, Carnforth

    The scenic village of Arkholme has some very old houses, a pleasant walk down to the river Lune and good pub.

  5. Add Bacup to your Itinerary

    Bacup

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    Town


    Right up in the Pennine Hills, Bacup is a natural home for outdoor sports and has fantastic views across the valley.

    Test your mountain bike skills at Lee and Cragg Quarry  part of the adrenaline gateway. Our quarries hark back to Rossendale’s…

  6. Add Parbold to your Itinerary

    Parbold

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    Village

    Parbold

    The Parish of Parbold, to the East of Ormskirk, is a charming residential township which is both hilly and picturesque. It rises from the River Douglas to a height of 400 feet above sea level. Parbold Hill gives magnificent views across the…

  7. Add Cliviger & Holme Chapel to your Itinerary

    Cliviger & Holme Chapel

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    Countryside

    Burnley

    This unspoilt village is situated in the beautiful Cliviger Gorge three miles south east of Burnley on the A646. The church is of particular interest; built by Thomas Dunham Whitaker in 1794 it is the burial place of several notable Burnley people.

  8. Add Wycoller to your Itinerary

    Wycoller

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    Village

    Wycoller is a picturesque hamlet famous for its the ruins of Wycoller Hall where Charlotte Brontë set part of Jane Eyre. Here you can walk over the historic "Clam Bridge" that dates back to the Iron Age.

  9. Add Mitton to your Itinerary

    Mitton

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    Village

    Clitheroe

    The tiny hamlet of Mitton is situated on a limestone rise above th River Ribble, near to its junction with the River Hodder.

  10. Add Banks to your Itinerary

    Banks

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    Village

    Banks

    Banks is the largest of the villages of the parish of North Meols on the West Lancashire coastal plain. Like most villages in the area, it was primarily an agricultural village thanks to the excellent soil round about, although there was also noticea

  11. Add Preston to your Itinerary

    Preston

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    City

    PRESTON

    Preston has so much to offer everyone, whether you are part of an organised group, out with the family or simply out to enjoy there is plenty to keep you busy.
    Explore our fantastic history and heritage in our fun-filled museums or take a trip back…

  12. Add Leyland to your Itinerary

    Leyland

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    Town

    Leyland is a town in South Ribble, located 6 miles south of Preston and within minutes of the major motorway networks. Leyland is one of the Borough's thriving centres offering a good mix of services and local amenities.

  13. Add Borwick to your Itinerary

    Borwick

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    Village

    Carnforth

    Borwick village is situated close to the Cumbrian border, two miles from Junction 35 on the M6 and close to Lancaster. Its main attraction is Borwick Hall, a beautiful 16thC Manor House set in 18 acres of grounds amid open countryside.

  14. Add Warton to your Itinerary

    Warton

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    Village

    Warton is where a branch of the Washington family from County Durham came to live in the mid 13th Century Their Coat of Arms, now located inside the church tower, is said to have inspired the design of the flag of the USA

  15. Add Chatburn to your Itinerary

    Chatburn

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    Countryside

    Clitheroe

    Chatburn is situated in a hollow between the two ridges, which slope towards the River Ribble just off the A59 Clitheroe to Skipton road on the outskirts of Clitheroe. It is thought that the village derived its name from St Ceatt or Chad.

  16. Add Dalton to your Itinerary

    Dalton

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    Village

    The rural parish of Dalton lies to the north of Up Holland and east of Ormskirk. The landscape is dominated by Ashurst Hill, 570 feet above sea level, which is crowned by a beacon tower re-erected in 1768 by Lord Skelmersdale.

  17. Add Melling to your Itinerary

    Melling

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    Village

    Carnforth

    Melling is a small settlement forming part of a cluster of sites along the Lune valley There is evidence of a motte - as with Arkholme and Whittington - but Melling has no surviving bailey.

  18. Add Yealand Conyers to your Itinerary

    Yealand Conyers

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    Countryside

    Yealand Conyers is a tranquil village with local walks affording impressive views of Morecambe Bay, the Lakeland Fells and Pennines. Leighton Hall, with its origins dating back to 1246 is close by and the village also has a traditional pub.

  19. Add Skelmersdale to your Itinerary

    Skelmersdale

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    Town

    Skelmersdale

    The modern, vibrant town of Skelmersdale sprang up in 1961 as the North West's first new town, although the area's roots can be traced back to Viking times. The town itself is a hive of urban activity with a number of thriving…

  20. Add Morecambe to your Itinerary

    Morecambe

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    Coastal

    Morecambe

    Traditional seaside town, with five miles of flat promenade ideal for walking or cycling. Visit the statue of Eric Morecambe, Don't miss the Art Deco Midland Hotel, refurbished to a high order, or stroll along the nearby Stone Jetty.

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