Clitheroe in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... the grounds are formal gardens, tennis courts, bowling green/café and an open-air auditorium and bandstand, where rock music and brass band concerts are held during the summer months. There is small admission fee into the museum, where you can sample geology and local life, and there is a re-creation of a clogger’s workshop, printers shop and lead mine. Castle Street is one way to traffic passing through the town, and is similar to other main thoroughfares. However, ‘McKays dresses,’ ‘Nettleton’s jewellers’ and ‘Kaleidoscope fashions’ provide a local flavour for shoppers. The interior of ... more
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by - written on 04/04/01, updated on 04/04/01 (Very useful, 1636 readings)
If you draw a vertical line, on a map of the British isles from the east coast of John’O’Groats in Scotland, to the south coast of Weymouth, a horizontal line from Cleveleys on the Fylde coast, to Beverley in Yorkshire, the chances are that the point at which these lines cross is in the heart of an area known as the Ribble Valley. Clitheroe, a small ancient market town between the cliff top ruins of a Norman Castle and the hillside St Mary Magdalene’s Church is located within this valley. It is nestled in the shadow of the bulk of ‘Pendle Hill,’ famously known through it’s association with Lancashire witchcraft, but is the ... Read the complete review
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