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  1. Add Knott End-on-Sea to your Itinerary

    Knott End-on-Sea

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    Village

    Knott End-On-Sea

    Knott End-on-Sea is a village situated on the southern side of Morecambe Bay across the Wyre Estuary from Fleetwood. 

  2. Add Scorton to your Itinerary

    Scorton

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    Scorton

    This beautiful village, dating back to the 17th Century, is in the Forest of Bowland. A popular destination for walkers and cyclists seeking refreshment at The Priory, The Barn, Daisy Clough Nurseries or Wyresdale Park.

  3. Add Longridge to your Itinerary

    Longridge

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    Town

    The market town of Longridge commands a view of the whole of the Fylde Plain.

    From the top of Longridge Fell it is possible to see the Welsh Mountains, the Isle of Man, Ingleborough and the Loud Valley.

  4. Add West Pennine Moors to your Itinerary

    West Pennine Moors

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    Village

    Explore beyond the boundaries of historic Lancashire towns from Chorley to Bolton, Ramsbottom to Darwen and you’ll find a hidden gem, the West Pennine Moors. This 90-square-mile area of wild, unspoilt countryside is a rural haven and a perfect…

  5. Add Hoghton to your Itinerary

    Hoghton

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    Village

    Hoghton is a parish with long historical associations mostly linked with Hoghton Tower, which was erected between 1562 and 1565 by Thomas de Hoghton, replacing an earlier manor house.

  6. Add Accrington to your Itinerary

    Accrington

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    Market Town

    Accrington's most prominent landmarks are the stone railway viaduct, the Town Hall and the Market Hall.

  7. Add Burscough to your Itinerary

    Burscough

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    Market Town

    Burscough

    Burscough is a thriving community which lies north of Ormskirk and south of Rufford on the A59. The Leeds and Liverpool canal passes through the parish, along with the Southport to Wigan and the Preston to Liverpool rail lines.

  8. Add Newton in Bowland to your Itinerary

    Newton in Bowland

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    Village

    The journey to this attractive spot over Waddington Fell provides views of breathtaking beauty. John Bright the Quaker spent two years of his early life here in the heart of the Hodder Valley. The Friends Meeting House dates from 1767.

  9. Add Caton to your Itinerary

    Caton

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    Village

    Lancaster

    Former Mill village and railway halt, the thriving village of Caton is close by the Crook O' Lune, a bend in the river painted by WJM Turner. At the entrance to The Croft is an ancient tree under which travelling monks would sell fish.

  10. Add Scarisbrick to your Itinerary

    Scarisbrick

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    Village

    Scarisbrick - pronounced scazebrick - is the largest parish in Lancashire with 8,000-plus acres of rich agricultural land stretching between Ormskirk and Southport. It is bisected by the busy A570 between the two towns as well as by the Leeds and Liv

  11. Add Staining to your Itinerary

    Staining

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    Village

    This Parish, formerly named Hardhorn-with Newton contained three hamlets or villages of Hardhorn, Newton and Staining. The name was changed to Staining in 1969 and today the Parish comprises the communities of Newton and Staining only. Staining Mill

  12. Add Chorley to your Itinerary

    Chorley

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    Town

    CHORLEY

    Chorley is a market town in Lancashire, England, south of Preston and at the foot of the West Pennine Moors and home to the Chorley cake. It is the seat for the Borough of Chorley which is made up of Chorley and its surrounding villages.Chorley…

  13. Chaigley

    Add Chaigley to your Itinerary

    Chaigley

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    Countryside

    Clitheroe

    Home to the Higher Hodder Bridge, Chaigley is a starting point for many lovely walks.

  14. Add Barnoldswick to your Itinerary

    Barnoldswick

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    Barnoldswick

    Barnoldswick is a town steeped in history and can trace its history back to the Vikings. The shops in the town often have a more individual flavour than most, and Barnoldswick itself hosts many events throughout the year.

  15. Add Colne to your Itinerary

    Colne

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    Market Town

    Colne is an ancient market town steeped in history (parts of the parish church date back to the 11th century). Birthplace of Wallace Hartley (band master on the Titanic) and home of The Great British R&B Festival.

  16. Add Bolton-by-Bowland to your Itinerary

    Bolton-by-Bowland

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    Countryside

    Bolton-by-Bowland is a tranquil and charming little village, with two village greens. The smaller green contains the remains of a 13th Century stone cross and old stocks.

  17. 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…

  18. Add Ribchester to your Itinerary

    Ribchester

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    Village

    Ribchester

    This ancient riverside village is built on the site of the Roman fort of Bremetennacum. It's one of the district's most popular villages with local shops and amenities, an art gallery and some award winning accommodation and cosy country pubs.

  19. 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.

  20. Add Slyne to your Itinerary

    Slyne

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    Village

    The village of Slyne offers a truly historical experiences for all those interested. The village features several beautiful houses, such as Manor House Farm, which has a date stone of 1681, dedicated to Cornelius and Mary Greene, two wealthy…

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