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  1. Add Halton to your Itinerary

    Halton

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    Village

    Lancaster

    The village of Halton has evidence of an 11th century Norman motte & bailey castle and in the churchyard of St Wilfreds, stands the Halton Cross, which is believed to have been carved by Norsemen over 1000 years ago

  2. Add Wray to your Itinerary

    Wray

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    Village

    The picturesque village Wray is the centre of Scarecrow festivals in Lancashire, England. It has a Post Office and General Store, 2 Pubs, tea rooms, a new Cafe at Bridge House Farm and its own village website.

  3. 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.

  4. Add Aughton to your Itinerary

    Aughton

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    Village

    White Moss Business Park, Ormskirk

    Aughton, an extensive agricultural and residential parish, adjoins the south and southwest side of Ormskirk.

  5. Add Garstang to your Itinerary

    Garstang

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    Countryside

    Set on the banks of the River Wyre with the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Garstang is steeped in history with beautiful architecture, abundant wildlife and array of activities.

  6. Add Hurst Green to your Itinerary

    Hurst Green

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    Countryside

    CLITHEROE

    The beautiful and idyllic village of Hurst Green is situated in the heart of the Ribble Valley.

  7. Add Ormskirk to your Itinerary

    Ormskirk

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    Market Town

    Ormskirk is an historic Market Town in the heart of West Lancashire steeped in history and character. It offers excellent shopping and a wide range of restaurants, cafes and pubs all in walking distance within a compact town centre. There’s been a...

  8. 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

  9. 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.

  10. 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

  11. Add Newburgh to your Itinerary

    Newburgh

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    Village

    Newburgh

    Newburgh is a beautiful quaint village in West Lancashire, which local residents pride themselves on up keeping. The picturesque village is surrounded by Green Belt land and within the centre of the village is a conservation area with a village...

  12. 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

  13. Add Cleveleys to your Itinerary

    Cleveleys

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    Town

    It offers an impressive array of holiday houses, guest houses and hotels like its neighbour but has a more relaxed atmosphere which has resulted in the town becoming a very popular place for retirement in recent years.

  14. Add Hesketh Bank to your Itinerary

    Hesketh Bank

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    Village

    Hesketh Bank

    This is West Lancashire's most northerly parish and has a lengthy foreshore along the south bank of the River Ribble. It also extends along the west bank of the river Douglas.

  15. 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.

  16. Add Nelson to your Itinerary

    Nelson

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    Town

    The town was originally two villages, Little Marsden and Great Marsden. However, the advent of the railways in the late 19th century resulted in the new town of Nelson being given its Town Charter by Queen Victoria.

  17. Add Darwen to your Itinerary

    Darwen

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    Market Town

    Darwen is a small market town in Lancashire, which extends onto the West Pennine Moors. Darwen is part of the Blackburn with Darwen borough, which has been a unitary district since 1998.

  18. Add Dolphinholme to your Itinerary

    Dolphinholme

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    Type:

    Countryside

    Lancaster

    The village of Dolphinholme is on the edge of the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Its famous church wes designed by Lancaster architects Austin & Paley.

  19. Add Bashall Eaves to your Itinerary

    Bashall Eaves

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    Countryside

    Bashall Eaves stands on the banks of the river Hodder in the parish of Mitton. Near this small hamlet can be found the Fairy Bridge, said to have been built one night by fairies to help an old woodcutter who was being pursued by witches....

  20. Chaigley

    Add Chaigley to your Itinerary

    Chaigley

    Type

    Type:

    Countryside

    Clitheroe

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

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