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  1. Add Aughton to your Itinerary

    Aughton

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    White Moss Business Park, Ormskirk

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

  2. Add Heysham to your Itinerary

    Heysham

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    Coastal

    Morecambe

    The ancient village of Heysham is famous for 14/15thC St Peter's Church and also the ruined St Patrick's Chapel, on the clifftops, which has graves cut into the outcropping stone. In the village the Royal is a friendly pub serving drinks and meals

  3. Add Wrightington to your Itinerary

    Wrightington

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    Wrightington

    Wrightington lies to the east of the district and is mostly hilly, rising to a height of 500 feet at Harrock Hill. It contains some of the finest country scenery in the whole for south Lancashire and a very fine panoramic view of the west Lancashire…

  4. Add Clayton-le-Moors to your Itinerary

    Clayton-le-Moors

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    The town is locally referred to as 'Clayton'. To the west lies Rishton, to the north Great Harwood, to the east Altham and to the south, Accrington.
    It is thought the town developed while the stretch of Leeds-Liverpool canal that runs through it…

  5. Add Caton and Brookhouse to your Itinerary

    Caton and Brookhouse

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    Village

    Caton lies amidst woodland and farmland in the beautiful Lune Valley.

  6. 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.

  7. Add Rawtenstall to your Itinerary

    Rawtenstall

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    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 was part of the Forest of Rossendale, and although the forest has largely been replaced by rolling fields and dales, the Rossendale Valley remains a…

  8. 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…

  9. Add Kirkham to your Itinerary

    Kirkham

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    Village

    Kirkham

    Kirkham is situated amid pleasant villages and farmlands within easy reach of coastal resorts and with excellent shopping facilities. With it's beautiful floral beds, Kirkham & Wesham have been very successful in the National Britain in Bloom…

  10. 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..

  11. Great Harwood

    Add Great Harwood to your Itinerary

    Great Harwood

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    Town

    It is a town with a proud industrial heritage. The Mercer Hall Leisure Centre in Queen Street and the town clock pay tribute to John Mercer (1791-1866), the 'father' of Great Harwood, who revolutionised the cotton dyeing process with his invention

  12. Add Over Kellet to your Itinerary

    Over Kellet

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    Countryside

    Carnforth

    Over Kellet featured in the 'Best Kept Village of Lancashire' Competition. There are picturesque views from most parts of the village.

  13. Add Sawley to your Itinerary

    Sawley

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    Village

    Clitheroe

    The ruins of Sawley Abbey , a Cistercian establishment founded in 1147 by William de Percy, dominates this tranquil spot.

  14. Add Dunsop Bridge to your Itinerary

    Dunsop Bridge

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    Countryside

    Dunsop Bridge is the entrance to the famous Trough of Bowland. Lovely winding paths from here through the moors to Lancaster are popular with thousands of fell walkers.

  15. Add Singleton to your Itinerary

    Singleton

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    Village

    Singleton is termed ‘the Model Village of the Fylde’. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, the settlement was remodelled as an estate village in the late nineteenth century by Preston cotton magnate Thomas Miller, of Horrocks-Miller.

  16. Add Downholland to your Itinerary

    Downholland

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    Village

    The Civil Parish of Downholland lies in the southwestern corner of West Lancashire, it includes the village of Haskayne and the settlements of Barton and Downholland Cross as well as scattered farmhouses and cottages.

  17. Add Newton, Clifton with Salwick Village to your Itinerary

    Newton, Clifton with Salwick Village

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    Village

    Lytham St Annes

    Clifton and Salwick are two villages off the main A583 near to Newton with Scales and were formed from the old Clifton estate. The Windmill public house is a converted windmill setin the countryside away from the main road.

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. Add Elswick to your Itinerary

    Elswick

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    Village

    Elswick

    Elswick village can be found just of the A585. The village’s history is still apparent in the Gothic church and spire which stand next to the original 17th Century nonconformist chapel, the oldest in Lancashire.

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