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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 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.

  4. Add Grindleton to your Itinerary

    Grindleton

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    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.

  5. 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.

  6. Add Rawtenstall to your Itinerary

    Rawtenstall

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    Market Town


    Back in medieval times Rawtenstall (pronounced Rottenstall in case you were wondering!) was part of the Forest of Rossendale, and although the forest has largely been replaced by rolling fields and dales, the Rossendale Valley remains a…

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. 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

  10. 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.

  11. Add Elswick to your Itinerary

    Elswick

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    Village

    Elswick

    Elswick village can be found just of the A585. The village’s history is still apparent in the Gothic church and spire which stand next to the original 17th Century nonconformist chapel, the oldest in Lancashire.

  12. 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

  13. 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.

  14. Add Staining to your Itinerary

    Staining

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    Village

    This Parish, formerly named Hardhorn-with Newton contained three hamlets or villages of Hardhorn, Newton and Staining. The name was changed to Staining in 1969 and today the Parish comprises the communities of Newton and Staining only. Staining Mill

  15. Add Barnoldswick to your Itinerary

    Barnoldswick

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    Town

    Barnoldswick

    Barnoldswick is a town steeped in history and can trace its history back to the Vikings. The shops in the town often have a more individual flavour than most, and Barnoldswick itself hosts many events throughout the year.

  16. 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.

  17. Garstang

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    Countryside

    Set on the banks of the River Wyre with the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Garstang is steeped in history with beautiful architecture, abundant wildlife and array of activities.

  18. 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

  19. 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…

  20. 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

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