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  1. 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.

  2. Add Lancashire's Golf Coast to your Itinerary

    Lancashire's Golf Coast

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    Village

    The West Lancashire is a pioneer of the golf in the Northwest, the oldest golf club surviving in the county of Lancashire and among the top ten oldest clubs in England. Founded in 1873, it is twinned with Royal Montreal Golf Club, Canada's oldest...

  3. Add Clitheroe to your Itinerary

    Clitheroe

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    Market Town

    CLITHEROE

    The historic market town of Clitheroe lies at the heart of Ribble Valley. It retains much of its old character and customs and is famed for its specialist shops, many of which have been run by the same family for generations.

    Clitheroe is a versat

  4. 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....

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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

  8. Add Ribble Valley to your Itinerary

    Ribble Valley

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    Village

    Ribble Valley is the perfect place for you to escape the frantic pace of every day, whatever the time of year. Forget those diaries and deadlines and head straight to your perfect getaway that's waiting to be discovered.

    See for yourself how a...

  9. 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...

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. Add Halsall to your Itinerary

    Halsall

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    Village

    Halsall

    Halsall extends from the hamlets of Primrose Hill and Bangor’s Green near Ormskirk westwards across to Ainsdale. The sub district is ten miles long and encompasses sixteen thousand six hundred and ninety eight acres of reclaimed marshland. The area

  13. Add Gisburn to your Itinerary

    Gisburn

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    Countryside

    Clitheroe

    Gisburn is a thriving village with a long history. Situated on the A59, between Clitheroe and Skipton, its wide main street still retains some of its cobblestones.

  14. 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.

  15. 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...

  16. 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.

  17. Add Mitton to your Itinerary

    Mitton

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    Village

    Clitheroe

    The tiny hamlet of Mitton is situated on a limestone rise above th River Ribble, near to its junction with the River Hodder.

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. 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.

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