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Pendle Walking Festival

An event in August in Lancashire
Colne
Lancashire
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In 2008 this event has been extend from 4 days to 9 from Saturday 30th August to Sunday 7th September. There will be free guided walks every day to suit walkers of all abilities, ranging from easy canalside walks to hard excursions on open access land. Brochures will be available from late June apply to tourism@pendle.gov.uk (or phone 01282 661981). Pictures from previous Festivals and the latest information on this years Festival can be found in the Festival section of www.walkinginpendle.co.uk.

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