Fundraising Pendle Hill Challenge

Saturday, June 11 2011

Pendle Hill Challenge
Saturday 11 June, Pendle Hill
Join the Pendle 1000!

A POP concert is to take place on top of spooky Pendle Hill to raise money towards a new £500,000 base for a mountain rescue team.

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Pendle Hill

On May 3, 2011 By

Latest blog on a walk around this enchanting hill May Day 2011, with loads of pictures of Pendle Hill, Witches Galore, Newchurch-in-Pendle, Blacko Hill – near Malkin Tower Farm, a spooky wood, but without a haunting experience!!!

http://summiteer.co.uk/May11/Pendle01/PH01.html

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Saturday 25th June 2011 Saturday 30th July 2011 Saturday 27th August 2011 Saturday 24th September 2011

Includes:-

Guided Clitheroe ghost walk with Simon Supper at the haunted inn Pendle Witch story Vigil on Pendle Hill Ghost hunt at the inn

To book for this ever popular event go to Book Online

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Whilst visiting Clitheroe market the other day I stopped to look at the work of an artist named Harry. Harry regularly stands the market and his paintings are proving popular with the people of the town. Most of Harry’s pictures feature Pendle Hill somewhere in the composition. Then again, why should they not for Pendle [...]

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 ‘Pendle Hill from Downham’ by Steve Liptrot  (click on this link to view picture)

This picture of Pendle Hill (not a pendle witch in sight) is the daytime equivalent of A Haunting Experience’s spooky night-time pic “Pendle Hill from Downham churchyard”  (below).

How do you think they compare? Please post your comments [...]

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Perhaps the most notorious witch trial of the 16th Century, the legend of the Pendle witches is one of the many dark tales of imprisonment and execution at Lancaster Castle.  Twelve people were accused of witchcraft; one died while held in custody, eleven went to trial.  One was tried and found guilty at York and [...]

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Set in Lancashire, England, during the infamous witch trials of 1612, Daughters of the Witching Hill reveals the true story of Bess Southerns, aka Old Demdike, cunning woman, healer and the most notorious of the Pendle Witches, and of Alizon Device, her granddaughter, struggling to come to terms with her family’s troubling legacy. Though [...]

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Frank Watson

On March 15, 2011 By

I was born and bred within sight of Pendle Hill, and have lived all my life within sight of Pendle Hill. I have traced my ancestry back to the late 1500’s in Colne, my however-many-great-grandfather had an ale house there at that time, could it have been the one mentioned in the Pendle Witch Trials? [...]

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