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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Add Tosside to your Itinerary

    Tosside

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    Village

    Skipton

    On the edge of the Forest of Bowland , half in Lancashire and half in Yorkshire, Tosside may be some way from the main visitor centre, but is nevertheless well worth a visit.

  4. 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.

  5. Add Dalton to your Itinerary

    Dalton

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    Village

    The rural parish of Dalton lies to the north of Up Holland and east of Ormskirk. The landscape is dominated by Ashurst Hill, 570 feet above sea level, which is crowned by a beacon tower re-erected in 1768 by Lord Skelmersdale.

  6. 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...

  7. Add Forest of Bowland to your Itinerary

    Forest of Bowland

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    Countryside

    Forest of Bowland

    Situated in the North West of England, the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) covers 312sq miles of rural Lancashire and North Yorkshire and includes the famous landmark Pendle Hill.

    The Forest of Bowland AONB offers plenty...

  8. Add Bacup to your Itinerary

    Bacup

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    Town


    Right up in the Pennine Hills, Bacup is a natural home for outdoor sports and has fantastic views across the valley.

    Test your mountain bike skills at Lee and Cragg Quarry  part of the adrenaline gateway. Our quarries hark back to Rossendale’s...

  9. 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...

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. Add Downham to your Itinerary

    Downham

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    Countryside

    CLITHEROE

    Nestling under the bulk of Pendle Hill this is one of the loveliest villages in Lancashire, quiet and unspoiled with a gurgling brook running past the village green and stone-built cottages.

  13. 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.

  14. Add Colne to your Itinerary

    Colne

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    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.

  15. 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.

  16. 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.

  17. 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.

  18. Add Parbold to your Itinerary

    Parbold

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    Village

    Parbold

    The Parish of Parbold, to the East of Ormskirk, is a charming residential township which is both hilly and picturesque. It rises from the River Douglas to a height of 400 feet above sea level. Parbold Hill gives magnificent views across the...

  19. Add Cliviger & Holme Chapel to your Itinerary

    Cliviger & Holme Chapel

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    Countryside

    Burnley

    This unspoilt village is situated in the beautiful Cliviger Gorge three miles south east of Burnley on the A646. The church is of particular interest; built by Thomas Dunham Whitaker in 1794 it is the burial place of several notable Burnley people.

  20. Add Rufford to your Itinerary

    Rufford

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    Village

    Rufford

    Rufford is a fertile agricultural parish which extends west from the River Douglas to include Rufford village on the A59 Ormskirk to Preston road, and further west, the scattering hamlets of Holmeswood and Mere Side.

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