My walk to the office this morning at the Pendle Heritage Centre. It doesn’t get better than this!! #htnwphoto https://t.co/BrF2pAG61R https://twitter.com/fotofacade/status/1413028154059407361
There are some pretty views of Pendle Hill from Shawcliffe Lane, Great Harwood. These were taken just now.
Taken just now after a grand evening walk to Black Hill and back.
I’ve got that silly Friday feeling 😜. Quick walk through the gorgeous timbers of Pendle Heritage Centre’s vernaculartastic cruck barn in the beautiful must see destination of Barrowford, Lancs. #htnwphoto https://t.co/1JKeln7Y1A https://twitter.com/fotofacade/status/1403378359615332362
But being on Pendle Hill is still wonderful!
Did you know that you can park up at one of the old quarries on Nick ‘o’ Pendle and immediatly embrace the windswept open spaces of Pendle Hill?
Great for getting the stress out of your system after work!
As of 4pm on Wednesday Evening, 4 November 2020, the Pendle Heritage Centre will be closed until the 2nd of December, in accordance with Government announcements. All at Pendle Heritage Centre and Heritage Trust for the North West would like to thank everyone for their custom and support through this difficult time.
Pendle Hill is a great walk whether you set off from the Nick ‘o’ Pendle, Barley, the Big End or Pendleton. But what if you wanted something shorter or less arduous? Great Hameldon on the opposite side of the Calder valley gives such a lot for relatively little effort. Continue reading “Great Hameldon Hill”