The hamlet of Briercliffe is situated approximately three miles north of Burnley with picturesque views over the Thursden Valley and provides easy access to both the Burnley Way and the Brun Valley Greenway.
The unspoilt village of Holme Chapel is situated in the beautiful Cliviger Gorge three miles south east of Burnley. The Read more>>
Surviving on the moors above this small village near to Padiham are the remains of the old hunting lodge of the Towneley family, in what was once one of the largest deer parks in Lancashire…
Beautiful Elizabethan village on the edge of Worsthorne Moor near Burnley. Perfect place for walking, riding, cycling and fishing.
From Gawthorpe Hall on the banks of the River Calder to Memorial Park at the top of the town with its woodland and riverside walks, Padiham offers visitors plenty of surprises and is a great place to visit.
Pendle Hill dominates the landscape around Burnley, surrounded by pretty villages and beautiful countryside it is most famous for the Pendle Witches.
The rugged landscape of the South Pennine Moors is perfect for walkers cyclists and horse riders; is home to rare species of upland birds and provided inspiration for poets, writers and artists.