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Walks in Lancashire50 Walks in Lancashire (50 Walks In...) Explore the beauty of Lancashire and Cheshire with this slim-line pocket-sized walking guide with a range of walks to suit the casual walker and the hiker, between two and ten miles in length. The walks are fully annotated with places to visit on the way, each one highlighting a particular feature, including wildlife, history and the countryside. Refreshment panels highlighting tea rooms and pubs along the way are included, as well as general information on footpath signs, countryside access, walking tips, safety guidelines and dog friendliness. Tour Lancashire.

Walking in LancashireWalking in Lancashire: 36 Day Walks (Cicerone British Walking S.) Walks covering the delightful area from the Irish Sea to the Trough of Bowland and from Kirkby Lonsdale in the north to Cliviger in the south. Lancashire has a great variety of landscape. The walks are written according to the time of year, each emphasising the seasonal appeal of the landscape, the flora and the birds, although all walks in lovely Lancashire are right for any time of the year. Tour Lancashire.

Birdwatching Walks in BowlandBirdwatching Walks in Bowland The forest of Bowland is a truly stunning and immensely important Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Many species of birds, some of them rare, are there to be enjoyed within the varied habitats of the Bowland landscape, a fact that is celebrated to the full in this superb new book. Over 30 scenic walks cover the whole of the area, from Lancaster to Pendle, and from Preston to Settle, each one designed to give the walker the chance to encounter a wide range of different birdlife in a magnificent Bowland setting.

Rhubarb and Black PuddingRhubarb and Black Pudding Stunning colour photographs have been used to illustrate the food and emotive black-and-white pictures are used with reportage on kitchen activities, the landscapes of the Ribble Valley and the changing seasons in Lancashire. Divided into seasons and clear, concise and very detailed instructions are included in the recipes.

Supernatural LancashireSupernatural Lancashire Supernatural Lancashire delves into the mysteries, myths and strange phenomena of the old county of Lancashire. From Windermere in the north to Warrington in the south, Liverpool in the west and Manchester in the east, the author has produced a thoroughly researched and entertaining book. Supernatural Lancashire includes stories of ghosts, witchcraft and mermaids, plus cases of close encounters, poltergeists and alien big cats.

Where to Watch Birds in Cumbria, Lancashire and Cheshire (Where to Watch Birds S.) A guide to Cumbria, Lancashire and Cheshire, counties which boast some of the most varied bird habitats in Britain. For this second edition new sites have been added, the maps have been redrawn and the information has been updated.

The Lancashire WitchesThe Lancashire Witches: Histories and Stories This is a study of England's biggest and best-known witch trial which took place in 1612, when ten witches were arraigned and hung in the village of Pendle in Lancashire. The book has essays by experts in both history and English literature/Renaissance studies, and includes summaries to explain the key points of each essay. Material on modern Wicca and paganism, including present-day Lancashire witches, brings the subject up-to-date.

Heart of LancashireFrancis Frith's Heart of Lancashire Pocket Album (Photographic Memories S.) A pocket photo guide containing finely detailed photographs of the locality from the Francis Frith collection. Suitable for local historians, Lancashire tourists and general reading or as a gift.

Walks in Lancashire Witch CountryWalks in Lancashire Witch Country (Jack Keighley's Northern England S.) 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 now as it was in King James's day.

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