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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 Bolton-by-Bowland to your Itinerary

    Bolton-by-Bowland

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    Type:

    Countryside

    Bolton-by-Bowland is a tranquil and charming little village, with two village greens. The smaller green contains the remains of a 13th Century stone cross and old stocks.

  4. Chaigley

    Add Chaigley to your Itinerary

    Chaigley

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    Countryside

    Clitheroe

    Home to the Higher Hodder Bridge, Chaigley is a starting point for many lovely walks.

  5. 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.

  6. Add Blackpool to your Itinerary

    Blackpool

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    Coastal

    BLACKPOOL

    Britain’s most popular holiday destination.

  7. Add Dunsop Bridge to your Itinerary

    Dunsop Bridge

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    Countryside

    Dunsop Bridge is the entrance to the famous Trough of Bowland. Lovely winding paths from here through the moors to Lancaster are popular with thousands of fell walkers.

  8. 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.

  9. Add Longridge to your Itinerary

    Longridge

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    Town

    The market town of Longridge commands a view of the whole of the Fylde Plain.

    From the top of Longridge Fell it is possible to see the Welsh Mountains, the Isle of Man, Ingleborough and the Loud Valley.

  10. Add Arnside & Silverdale to your Itinerary

    Arnside & Silverdale

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    Countryside

    Carnforth

    Arnside and Silverdale offer country walks, views and scenery of all kinds. Seaside views, a ruined castle, unparallelled artists opportunuties and an RSPB reserve at Leighton Moss. Look for Silverdale Art Trail, 29th June to 1st July 2012.

  11. Add Sawley to your Itinerary

    Sawley

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    Village

    Clitheroe

    The ruins of Sawley Abbey , a Cistercian establishment founded in 1147 by William de Percy, dominates this tranquil spot.

  12. Add Wennington to your Itinerary

    Wennington

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    Village

    Wennington is a small parish near Tatham, to the north east of Lancaster. It is served by Wennington Railway Station.

  13. Add Clayton-le-Moors to your Itinerary

    Clayton-le-Moors

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    Village


    The town is locally referred to as 'Clayton'. To the west lies Rishton, to the north Great Harwood, to the east Altham and to the south, Accrington.
    It is thought the town developed while the stretch of Leeds-Liverpool canal that runs through it…

  14. 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.

  15. 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

  16. Great Harwood

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    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

  17. Add Grindleton to your Itinerary

    Grindleton

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    Village

    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.

  18. Add Freckleton to your Itinerary

    Freckleton

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    Village

    Freckleton is a village on the Fylde coast in Lancashire, England, to the south of Kirkham and east of the seaside resort of Lytham St Annes.

    Freckleton is near to Warton, with its links to BAE Systems. Warton Aerodrome's 2.4 km runway is partly

  19. Add Heysham to your Itinerary

    Heysham

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    Coastal

    Morecambe

    The ancient village of Heysham is famous for 14/15thC St Peter's Church and also the ruined St Patrick's Chapel, on the clifftops, which has graves cut into the outcropping stone. In the village the Royal is a friendly pub serving drinks and meals

  20. Add Lune Valley to your Itinerary

    Lune Valley

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    Type:

    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

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