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The Lancashire Witches Walk is a 51-mile (82 km) long-distance footpath opened in 2013, between Barrowford and Lancaster in Lancashire, England. It starts at Pendle Heritage Centre in Barrowford before passing through the Forest of Pendle, the town of Clitheroe and the Forest of Bowland to finish at Lancaster Castle. The route has been created to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the trials of the Pendle witches. Ten cast iron tercet waymarkers, designed by Stephen Raw, each inscribed with a verse of a poem by the Poet laureate, Carol Ann Duffy have been installed at sites along the way.

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  • The Lancashire Witches Walk is a 51-mile (82 km) long-distance footpath opened in 2013, between Barrowford and Lancaster in Lancashire, England. It starts at Pendle Heritage Centre in Barrowford before passing through the Forest of Pendle, the town of Clitheroe and the Forest of Bowland to finish at Lancaster Castle. The route has been created to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the trials of the Pendle witches. Ten cast iron tercet waymarkers, designed by Stephen Raw, each inscribed with a verse of a poem by the Poet laureate, Carol Ann Duffy have been installed at sites along the way.
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  • The Lancashire Witches Walk is a 51-mile (82 km) long-distance footpath opened in 2013, between Barrowford and Lancaster in Lancashire, England. It starts at Pendle Heritage Centre in Barrowford before passing through the Forest of Pendle, the town of Clitheroe and the Forest of Bowland to finish at Lancaster Castle. The route has been created to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the trials of the Pendle witches. Ten cast iron tercet waymarkers, designed by Stephen Raw, each inscribed with a verse of a poem by the Poet laureate, Carol Ann Duffy have been installed at sites along the way.
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