Great you have found our website, please take time to have a look around. Follow our walk exploits via the Flickr Photo Stream, See where we have been on the Panoramio web site, to see the beautiful countryside we walk in. The Burnley & Pendle area is steeped in History, Pendle being famed for the infamous witch trials of 1612, with Pendle Hill having many connections to local history, folklore, and legend.
Burnley and the surrounding area was the centre of the cotton industry and has many mills still standing, some converted to industrial units others to retail outlets.
Our walks take in much of the heritage of the area, some of our members are well versed in this and are happy to pass on information. So don’t delay, join us today, we are a friendly bunch.
The Ramblers' Association is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales. Company registration no. 4458492. Registered charity, England & Wales no. 1093577, Scotland no. SC039799.
Registered office: 2nd Floor, Camelford House. 87-
You do not have to walk with a Group to join the Ramblers. If you are a lover of the countryside and support the aims
of the Ramblers then please do join today. Members receive:
* Offers With Ramblers Holidays , The group will receive £20 from your booking if members use Ramblers' Holidays. use this link www.ramblersholidays.co.uk/page/thewalkingpartnership
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* Discretionary discounts in many outdoor stores, including 10% off at Rohan. Local stores offering discounts include
Ken Varey, Clitheroe and Whalley Warm and Dry. Cotswold give 15% on production of membership card.
* Discount on walking books can be obtained from Cicerone http://cicerone.co.uk/ quoting Burnley with your order
There are several walking groups in this area, so why join us the Burnley & Pendle Group? Well, we put on a great programme of walks led by experienced leaders who can advise the best walks for your level of fitness, and we have a great programme of social events. You can come on three free taster walks with us. The Ramblers is a nation wide organisation that once you are a member you can meet up with any group in any part of the country to join a led walk.
You will be making an investment to help protect our local path network for all walkers and the walking environment. The Ramblers is THE voice of all ramblers.
Group? Well we put on a great programme of walks led by experienced leaders who can advise the best walks for your level of fitness, and we have a great programme of social events. You can come on three free taster walks with us. The Ramblers is a nation wide organisation that once you are a member you can meet up with any group in any part of the country to join a led walk.
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The Ramblers is a charity working for walkers.Our charitable aims are to:
* Promote Walking for everyone
* Keep the countryside beautiful and guard against unsuitable development
* Secure rights of responsible access to our countryside
* Protect Britain's unique network of paths
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We are very sorry to report that Sylvia died on Thursday, August 29th
Her funeral will be at Burnley Crematorium on Monday,September 16th at 10.40am
Sylvia was a stalwart of the Ramblers both nationally and locally. Being Area Secretary and instrumental in setting up the B&P branch being its first Chairperson and setting up and running the Coach Rambles
She joined in 1954 and worked tirelessly for ramblers rights also being involved with Tom Stevenson in establishing the Pennine Way.
Call to help the committee and help share the load
If you are interested in filling the posts of–
Chairman, Treasurer or Burnley Footpath Officer or Pendle Footpath Officer—-
Please contact John or Janet Lofthouse.
There are also non executive places on the committee that need to be filled, we would
like to hear from any members interested who would be welcome to come to one of our
These rolls are essential to maintain the group
Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership
A new initiative with Heritage Lottery Funding to :-
Improve the environment
Build the local economy
Provide opportunity for everyone to get involved
This exciting project of activity looks to reconnect people with their landscape and their past, to safeguard the area’s wildlife and heritage and to improve people’s access to this popular countryside area.
Opportunities for training and volunteering to restore important landscape features are available.
If you would are interested and would like to help in any way please contact them
We are looking for anyone who is interested in looking after our website,
And volunteers to join our committee with a view to eventually taking the roles of Treasurer, Footpath Officers for Burnley &Pendle and Chairperson
Janet or John Lofthouse
Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership