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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 Haslingden to your Itinerary

    Haslingden

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    Town


    Haslingden is a small town in the Rossendale Valley in Lancashire, lying just 19 miles north of Manchester. The name means 'Valley of the Hazels', though the town is in fact set on a high and windy hill.

    Sitting atop of Haslingden is the iconic…

  3. Add Lancaster to your Itinerary

    Lancaster

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    City

    Lancaster

    The City of Lancaster has a rich heritage, with Roman, Norman, Georgean and Victorian features. There are walks and cyclepaths, historic buildings to visit and a magnificent Castle to tour. Pubs and restaurants all over town, with a busy nightlife.

  4. 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.

  5. Add Poulton-Le-Fylde to your Itinerary

    Poulton-Le-Fylde

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    Market Town

    The town gained its name from the Wyre estuary, which lies less than 2 kilometres to the north-east at Skippool.

  6. Add Chipping to your Itinerary

    Chipping

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    Countryside

    CLITHEROE

    Chipping is a picturesque village on the slopes above the River Loud. In Medieval days no fewer than five water mills were sited along Chipping beck.

  7. Add Samlesbury to your Itinerary

    Samlesbury

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    Village

    Samlesbury is a small village in the South Ribble area of Lancashire, England, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The historic Samlesbury Hall is also located in the village as well as Samlesbury Aerodome.

  8. Add Skelmersdale to your Itinerary

    Skelmersdale

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    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…

  9. Add St Annes to your Itinerary

    St Annes

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    Coastal

    Lytham St Annes

    St Annes-on-Sea is a coastal gem flourishing with surprises situated in the North West of England in the beautiful county of Lancashire. Away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, St Annes holds the essential ingredients for a special weekend.

  10. 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.

  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 Lune Valley to your Itinerary

    Lune Valley

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    Countryside

    Nr Lancaster

    The Lune valley stretches from the Lancaster Estuary up to Newbiggin on Lune, near Tebay. There are several good walks cycling and driving routes. Maps from Lancaster Visitor Information

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. Add Slaidburn to your Itinerary

    Slaidburn

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    Countryside

    Slaidburn is a picturesque grey stone village set on the banks of the Hodder in the moorland region of the Forest of Bowland AONB.

  16. 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.

  17. Add Arkholme to your Itinerary

    Arkholme

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    Countryside

    Lune Valley, Carnforth

    The scenic village of Arkholme has some very old houses, a pleasant walk down to the river Lune and good pub.

  18. 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.

  19. 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…

  20. Add Yealand Conyers to your Itinerary

    Yealand Conyers

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    Countryside

    Yealand Conyers is a tranquil village with local walks affording impressive views of Morecambe Bay, the Lakeland Fells and Pennines. Leighton Hall, with its origins dating back to 1246 is close by and the village also has a traditional pub.

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