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Hand-written and profusely illustrated in Jack Keighley's unique and highly distinctive style. In 1612 ten 'Pendle Witches' went to the scaffold
Hand-written and profusely illustrated in Jack Keighley's unique and highly distinctive style. All the walks are circular and fairly uniform in length, with an average of about 6 miles, making them ideal as half-day family rambles. In 1612 ten 'Pendle Witches' went to the scaffold. These miserable wretches and their supposed victims lived in the villages and farmsteads surrounding Pendle Hill. Though nearly four centuries have since elapsed, the magical aura of witchcraft still pervades an area which is as wild and beautiful w as it was in King James's day.
Keighley, Jack (2004), Walks in Lancashire Witch Country, Cicerone Press, ISBN 978-1-85284-446-2.
This is Pendle witch country A guide to walking tours of Pendle can be found in Jack Keighley’s ‘Walks in Lancashire Witch Country’.
This is Pendle witch country. These farms and hamlets might now attract day-tripping hikers at the weekend but in 1612 they were gripped by the largest witch hunt in English legal history. It was a sinister episode that saw the arrest and execution of ten alleged witches and one which still holds a peculiar fascination for tourists and locals alike. If fields could talk: A view from Pendle Hill, whose surrounds were the backdrop to a particularly dramatic period of local history. A guide to walking tours of Pendle can be found in Jack Keighley’s ‘Walks in Lancashire Witch Country’. The Witches Galore shop in Newchurch is open every day from 11am to 5pm (ww. itchesgalore.
The guidebook's 30 circular walks are all about 6 miles in length, covering the wild and beautiful Lancashire countryside. They are ideal as half-day family rambles. Since 1612, when ten Pendle witches went to the scaffold, a magical aura has pervaded this mysterious area. Written and illustrated in the author's unique style.
Jack Keighley’s illustrated Cicerone guide to Walks in the Forest of Bowland details thirty scenic walks in some of Lancashire’s finest upland landscapes. The guide covers the entire region of the forest, including walks in the Upper Hindburn valley, Clougha Pike, Fiendsdale, Littledale, Beatrix and the Luneside paths. The Lune Valley and Howgills - A Walking Guide. A guidebook with 40 walks ranging from 3 to 11 miles, covering a very varied landscape in the Lune Valley and Howgill Fells, some of the most lovely and unspoiled countryside in northwest England.
Lovely walks in Lancashire can be found on this page. All content is free to download including map, GPS route and statistics. Lancashire is not usually the county at the top of ones list when mentioning the most celebrated regions for walking in Great Britain but do not let its modest reputation fool you, Lancashire has much to offer.