Route outline for walk no120:
Points of Interest/Notes on this walk:
In 1612 ten women & two men who lived in the area surrounding Pendle Hill were charged with the murders of ten people by the use of witchcraft. During this series of trials, that has become known as the Lancashire witch trials, ten were found guilty & executed by hanging; one was found not guilty & one died in prison before being tried.
National Trails & Long Paths included on this walk:
Part of this walk follows a section of The Jurassic Way, a 142km (88 miles) linear footpath connecting Banbury in Oxfordshire, England with Stamford in Lincolnshire, England. The Jurassic Way is waymarked by an Ammonite logo. For more walks that include a section of this trail see The Jurassic Way.
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