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  1. Add Ightenhill Park - Burnley to your Itinerary

    Ightenhill Park - Burnley

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    Parkland/Woodland Garden

    Burnley

    Dating from 1912 Ightenhill Park is split in three bisected by Ightenhill Park Lane and Ighten Road. The park has recently updated tennis and ball courts and a bowling green that is well used by enthusiasts whenever the weather allows.

  2. Add Pendle Witch Experience Tour to your Itinerary

    Pendle Witch Experience Tour

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    Type:

    Bus/Coach Tour

    Tours around the region to learn about the famous Pendle Witches, to improve your photography or to learn of Burnley's heritage.

  3. 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.

  4. Add Foulridge Canal Cruises to your Itinerary

    Foulridge Canal Cruises

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    Canal / Waterway / Marina

    Foulridge, Colne

    Foulridge Canal cruises has been operating under the present ownership for 23 years on the tranquil countryside section of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal at Foulridge Canal Wharf, 2 miles from the end of the M65 motorway in Colne.

  5. Add Padiham to your Itinerary

    Padiham

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    Town

    Padiham

    Padiham, the picturesque town on the edge of the Ribble Valley is soon becoming the creative hub of Lancashire, with shops being taken over by small businesses run by creative and talented people, celebrating the rich history of independent trading..

  6. Add Burnley to your Itinerary

    Burnley

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    Market Town

    BURNLEY

    Burnley is a large market town in the north-east of Lancashire. The town nestles in a natural three forked valley surrounded by pleasant countryside which evolves into wild moorland at higher altitudes.

  7. Add Colne to your Itinerary

    Colne

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    Type:

    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.

  8. Add The Wayside Arts Trail to your Itinerary

    The Wayside Arts Trail

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    Waymarked Trail

    Burnley

    Wayside Arts Trail has given a new look to the East Lancashire Regional Park, resulting in a new family walk from Towneley Park up to Crown Point.

  9. Add Pendle Village Mill Shopping Outlet to your Itinerary

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    Pendle Village Mill Shopping Outlet

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    Shop/Shopping Centre

    Brierfield

    Pendle Village Mill Shopping Outlet has something for everyone. Come and stroll around the Victorian courtyard with its water fountain and flowers, through the door into a "wonderland" full of great value items to suit all.

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  10. Add Barrowford to your Itinerary

    Barrowford

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    Type:

    Countryside

    Nelson

    Barrowford is a linear village situated to the north of Nelson on the A682. It has 17th and 18th century farmhouses and handloom weavers' cottages alongside the later 19th and 20th century mills.

  11. Add Sabden to your Itinerary

    Sabden

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    Type:

    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,…

  12. Add Rawtenstall to your Itinerary

    Rawtenstall

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    Type:

    Market Town


    Back in medieval times Rawtenstall (pronounced Rottenstall in case you were wondering!) was part of the Forest of Rossendale, and although the forest has largely been replaced by rolling fields and dales, the Rossendale Valley remains a…

  13. Add Barley Picnic Site to your Itinerary

    Barley Picnic Site

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    Picnic Site

    Barley

    One the very best picnic sites in the North West, there are many footpaths in the area, and good walks can be obtained between Barley and the picturesque villages of Rimington and Downham in the shadow of Pendle Hill.

  14. Add Pendle Cycle Tour to your Itinerary

    Pendle Cycle Tour

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    Type:

    Cycle Route

    Nelson

    A 17 mile on-road cycle route through marvellous undulating countryside and picturesque villages, taking from 3 to 4 hours, depending on the pace you go and how long you stop along the route. Not suitable for beginners.

  15. Add The Burnley Way to your Itinerary

    The Burnley Way

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    Type:

    Walking Route

    Burnley

    A varied and overall pleasant journey through East Lancashire's heartland, immerse yourself in the history, heritage and wholly diverse wildlife on any one of the six routes that make up The Burnley Way.

  16. Add Wycoller Hall to your Itinerary

    Wycoller Hall

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    Type:

    Historic House

    Wycoller

    The hall was built by the Hartley family at the end of the 16th century and subsequently extended in the 18th by Squire Henry Owen Cunliffe, in order to attract a wealthy wife. Charlotte Brontë is thought to have frequently visited Wycoller village.

  17. Add Pendle Markets to your Itinerary

    Pendle Markets

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    Type:

    Shop/Shopping Centre

    Pendle

    Come to Pendle and visit their fantastic indoor and outdoor markets!

  18. Add Wycoller to your Itinerary

    Wycoller

    Type

    Type:

    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.

  19. Add Worsthorne to your Itinerary

    Worsthorne

    Type

    Type:

    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.

  20. Add Burnley Mechanics Theatre to your Itinerary

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    Burnley Mechanics Theatre

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    Type:

    Theatre

    Burnley

    The Mechanics Theatre is a vibrant and multi-faceted venue in the heart of Burnley town centre; by day it is a thriving bistro serving home cooked food, uniquely presented with excellent service and by night it is one of Burnley’s best evenings out.

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