Saturday, August 11, 2018

Saturday, August 11, 2018 12:30 am by M. in    No comments

Some Brontë-related walks at the Pendle Walking Festival 2018:
Saturday 11th August
Wuthering Heights
13 miles - Very Hard - 10.30am
Meet at Aisled Barn, Wycoller
Country Park
Grid Ref: SD933391
Map Ref: B
Post Code: BB8 8SY
Come and enjoy a splendid moorland walk to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Emily Brontë visiting locations associated with her famous novel Wuthering Heights.Book at www.eventbrite.co.uk
Leader: John Crow
Tel. 07857 252621

Sunday 12th August
The Brontës In Pendle
8 miles - Hard - 10.00am
Meet at layby off A6068 at top of
Higham Village
Grid Ref: SD81236
Map Ref: L
Post Code: BB12 9EU
We will be walking parts of the Pendle Way, Burnley Way and Brontë Way, exploring hidden valleys, the site of a Norman manor house, Gawthorpe Hall and sites associated with the father of time, Jonas Moore and Old Chattox, one of the Pendle Witches.
Book at www.eventbrite.co.uk
Leader: Norman Mitchell
Tel. 07549 164739

Thursday, 16th August
Wycoller Seven
7 miles - Moderate - 10.30am
Meet at Aisled Barn, Wycoller
Country Park
Grid Ref: SD933391
Map Ref: B
Post Code: BB8 8SY
We walk seven miles and explore the Forest of Trawden from Wycoller on both the Brontë Way and the Pendle Way.
Book at www.eventbrite.co.uk
Leader: Shirley Addy

Friday 17th August
Colne’s Brontë Way to Haworth
13 miles - Very Hard - 9.30am
Meet at Colne Railway Station
Grid Ref: SD881398
Map Ref: E
Post Code: BB8 9NP
We trace the route of the FerndeanWay to Wycoller (with refreshments at Wycoller Tea Rooms) and then follow the Brontë Way past Watersheddles Reservoir en route to the Parsonage at Haworth. NB this is a linear walk and we return to Colne by bus, so please bring some money for your return fare.
Book at www.eventbrite.co.uk
Leader: Jennifer Little
Tel. 07543 328397 (text only)


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