lots to see and do in Lancashire. A hot
air balloon flight may be perfect for a
birthday gift or special celebration.
named as Bernulfsuuic in the Doomsday Book,
is a small East-Lancashire town, once a
busy mill town situated in a pleasant rural
environment The last surviving mill is thankfully
still being used to demonstrate weaving
and is otherwise a valued visitor centre.
The town is reached from the M6 then the
A59 to Gisburn and along Bracewell Lane.
The Leeds and Liverpool Canal follows a
route from the north through East Marton,
between Barnoldswick and Rainhall, still
continuing between the east of Barnoldswick,
and Salterforth, down to Foulridge. There
are magnificent views from the canal path
and Greenberfield Locks of the rural setting
around the town. The town has an interesting
Square and shopping precinct with well kept
stone buildings and shops which have retained
much of their original character. The town
lies to the northeast of the village of
Chatburn, north of Foulridge and Colne and
west of Earby. To the south of the town
are Letcliff Park, Higher Park, and Daleview
Caravan Park whilst to the north is Victory
Park- a great place for football. The town
has a horse-riding school, snooker Club
and other leisure cativities. There are
many delightful well-kept cottages such
as those in Crow Foot Row, Castle View and
Esp Lane which might have housed looms in
the early days of weaving in the area.
to buy a flight voucher online.