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Hurst Green


CLITHEROE, Lancashire, BB7 2RA

Tel: 01200 425566

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Hurst Green
The beautiful and idyllic village of Hurst Green is situated in the heart of the Ribble Valley.

The village is reputed to be haunted by the Highwayman Ned King, who is thought to be the ghostly figure seen riding through the village late at night. Numerous reports of the hauntings have been made throughout the years. In life he came to his end not far from the Punch Bowl Inn.

The Shireburn Arms is a 17th century hotel, named after Richard Shireburn who owned the land around the village.

Also at Hurst Green is the beautiful church of St. Peter's. It is also the home of Stonyhurst College , a world famous Roman Catholic boys boarding college. The magnificent buildings are set in extensive parkland with two huge ponds that were excavated in 1696.

The college houses a wonderful museum collection including a 7th century Gospel of St. John. Cromwell stayed here in 1648. In 1811 the building became the first public building to be lit by gas. Conan Doyle creator of Sherlock Holmes is among many famous ex scholars of the college. The college was the setting for the novel "The Hound of the Baskervilles". Hurst Green is the starting point for the Tolkien Trail .

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Road Directions

Leave the M6 at junction 32 onto the A6. Turn right and follow the signs for Broughton. At the crossroads turn right on to the B5269 to Longridge and the B6243 to Hurst Green.

Public Transport Directions

Nearest train station Clitheore, nearest bus station Whalley. For further information and timetables contact Clitheroe Tourist Information Centre on 01200 425566.


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Shireburn Arms, Hurst GreenLocated in the picturesque village of Hurst Green, The Shireburn Arms is a 17th Century hostelry offering stunning views, beautiful accommodation and locally produced food. Original architectural features cosy up to contemporary fittings and fabrics to create a unique yet homely feel.

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