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  1. Beamers Trail 6 miles
    The Beamers Trail forms part of the long distance Witton Weavers Way. Beginning in the picturesque Witton Country Park, this is a beautiful walk covering both hill and valley, so some sections are fairly steep.
  2. Longridge Heritage Trails 1.5-2 miles
    Two interesting walks around Longridge that track the village's heritage, from quarrying and textiles to religion and commerce.
  3. Reelers Trail 7.5 Miles
    The Reelers Trail forms part of the long distance Witton Weavers Way. This walk covers a beautiful rural landscape where historical sites of industry, farming and religion combine to produce a fascinating trail.
  4. Tacklers Trail 9.5 Miles
    The Warpers Trail forms part of the long distance Witton Weavers Way and combines woodlands, moorland and spectacular views to make this trail well worth the effort!
  5. The Wayside Arts Trail 3 and 8 miles
    The Wayside Arts Trail leads up to Burnley's Panopticon, 'Singing Ringing Tree', at Crown Point. This route gives two walks of 8 and 3 miles.
  6. Walking with Witches Trail 7.5 Mile Walk
    Follow in the footsteps of the lengendary Pendle witches on this 7.5 mile walk.
  7. Walks to Top O'Slate & Halo Panopticon 4 walks 1-3km
    Four short walks in the Rossendale area of Lancashire, including a walk up to the Panopticon, Halo.
  8. Warpers Trail 8.5 miles
    The Warpers Trail forms part of the long distance Witton Weavers Way and combines history, both ancient and modern, water and wildlife, to produce a fascinating walk for everyone.

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Your guide to ticking off your Christmas list in Lancashire

Your guide to ticking off your Christmas list in Lancashire

Christmastime, a time for spending with family, for making memories and for cosying up. And there’s no better place to do those things than in Lancashire. Lancashire offers a fantastic range of places to stay, and things to do to help you get into the Christmas spirit with family, as well as places to visit to tick off the Christmas to-do list.

What's on this weekend in Lancashire

What's on this weekend in Lancashire

There’s something for everybody to enjoy in Lancashire this weekend. Whether you are heading to a bonfire event, taking a trip to the theatre or attending one of the many family friendly events, Lancashire is the place to be.

We’ve put together this handy list of some of the events taking place this weekend, but for more information head over to our What’s on page or our events guide.

Royal Connections in Lancashire

Royal Connections in Lancashire

This weekend is a great opportunity to learn more about the special connection Lancashire has with the Royal Family. Whether it’s a trip to Lancaster Castle to learn more about the Duke Of Lancaster or a trip to one of Lancashire’s historic sites who have had a monarch visit in the past, there’s plenty of opportunities to learn more about the royal connection to Lancashire.

A Royal Lancaster Walk

A Royal Lancaster Walk

Home to the Kings Castle of the North, Lancaster has had a strong royal connection for centuries. So what better way to celebrate the upcoming coronation of King Charles III than with a stroll around this beautiful historic city.

8 Dog-friendly beaches to visit this summer in Lancashire

There’s something wonderful about a trip to the beach in summer. Feeling the soft warm sand between your toes, the smell of the fresh sea air, and the taste of delicious ice cream, especially if you can bring your four-legged friend along too.

Although some of Lancashire’s beaches impose restrictions during the summer months, there are still plenty of great dog-friendly beaches waiting to be explored.

LITFEST starts this Friday, 17th March

LITFEST starts this Friday, 17th March

We’re very excited to announce that Lancaster’s 44th Annual Literature Festival, Litfest, begins this Friday 17 March. Running until the 26 March, we’ll be offering a packed programme of events, including opportunities to meet our authors; take part in discussions; find out more about nature and history, philosophy and politics; and be entertained by poems and stories.

Pre-Raphaelite Artist of Hope: Evelyn De Morgan

Pre-Raphaelite Artist of Hope: Evelyn De Morgan

An exhibition reaches hopefully towards the end of the rainbow. Pre-Raphaelite Artist of Hope displays Evelyn De Morgan’s symbolic paintings alongside contemporary stories from those who have lived through warfare and from NHS staff who have served on the frontline during the pandemic. 

Boats, Bikes, Bees and Booze - 48 hours in Lancashire

Boats, Bikes, Bees and Booze - 48 hours in Lancashire

Escape the everyday with a wonderful break for two in Lancashire. 
Follow the journey of the honey bee, and find out how The Bee Centre's delicious honey is at the centre of some of Brindle Distillery's creations. Then explore Lancashire from a different viewpoint on bike or by luxury canal boat. 

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