Welcome to my website. My name is Bob. I have been a lover of the great outdoors since I was a child. In the days where you would pester your mum during the holidays to play out with your friends, and then not come home till the sun was going down, and get shouted at by your worried parents. I would spend the day building dens, causing general havoc. I guess those traits have kept with me to this day, I love spending my time walking in nature, the tranquillity is somewhat refreshing for me. So I wanted to create a website that catalogues most walking routes in Lancashire, from gentle to difficult. I aim to offer every piece of information for the walk, distance, terrain, time is taken and difficulty of walk. While allowing you to download a PDF version of the walk, and even GPX for your mobile app or GPS devices. Eventually offering further information like, what B&B’s, Hostels, Pubs are in the area just in case you need to stop and rest with a pint or a sandwich.
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Pleasington Priory (also called the Church of St Mary and St John Baptist) is a Gothic style Roman Catholic church located in the picturesque village of Pleasington, Lancashire. Completed in 1819 this Grade 1 listed building was a thank you from John Francis Butler of Pleasington Hall after recovering from illness, costing around £23,000 (almost
The Eccles Family embarked on an early morning adventure. In our infinite wisdom, we decided it would be fun to tackle the Yorkshire 3 Peak Challenge. A 24.5 mile long route over the highest peaks in the Yorkshire Dales. We knew it was going to be difficult, we didn’t realise how hard and exhausting it
Witton House was built in 1800 by the largest landowners in Blackburn at the time, the Feilden Family. Wealthy textile merchants who also owned nearby Feniscowles Hall and Woodfold Hall. Witton House was extended sometime later by Joseph Feilden and according to plans from 1858, the upper floor comprised of 18 rooms and a clerestory.