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Garstang, Wyre

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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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    Village

    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 Blackburn to your Itinerary

    Blackburn

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    Market Town

    BLACKBURN

    Blackburn is situated to the north of the West Pennine Moors. It was a key centre for the textile industry during the Industrial Revolution and is popularly known as the home of Blackburn Rovers Football Club.

  4. Add Wheelton to your Itinerary

    Wheelton

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    Village

    Divided into two parts - Higher Wheelton and (lower) Wheelton, this area can be found on the main road from Chorley to Blackburn.

  5. Add Nether Kellet to your Itinerary

    Nether Kellet

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    Village

    From the higher parts of Nether Kellet you can enjoy stunning views over Morecambe Bay to the Lake District. On the north wall of the Church, there is a memorial to the men of the village who served in both World Wars.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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

  9. Add Quernmore to your Itinerary

    Quernmore

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    Village

    Quernmore

    Quernmore is very close to the beautiful Trough of Bowland. This charming village boasts a Quakers' Chapel, a methodist chapel and National School.

  10. Add Dolphinholme to your Itinerary

    Dolphinholme

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    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.

  11. Add Fleetwood to your Itinerary

    Fleetwood

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    Coastal

    The Esplanade, Fleetwood

    Fleetwood on the Lancashire coast is a thriving seaside resort and busy port with a traditional pier, a beautiful yacht marina and a promenade packed full of attractions.

  12. 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.

  13. Add Grindleton to your Itinerary

    Grindleton

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    Village

    Clitheroe

    Perched on a hillside, commanding extensive views of the picturesque Ribble Valley stands Grindleton . It is situated across the River Ribble from Sawley, a couple of miles outside Clitheroe.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. Add Croston to your Itinerary

    Croston

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    Countryside

    Croston

    Take in Croston’s picture postcard cottages, historic homes, a church that dates back to William the Conqueror and a cobbled packhorse bridge, erected in the 15th century, which crosses the River Yarrow.

  17. Add Hornby to your Itinerary

    Hornby

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    Village

    Lancaster

    Hornby is famed for its spectacular castle, now a private residence, overlooking the village. also an ancient castle site, Castle Stede, to the north of the village on the banks of the River Lune. St Margaret's Church is grade 1 listed.

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. Add Darwen to your Itinerary

    Darwen

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    Type:

    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.

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