News & Events
Lancashire 500 -1500 Re-envisioning our medieval history and heritage
Dr Fiona Edmunds of Lancaster University, who spoke to us last year about the Celts & Scandinavians in Bowland, is running a course at Whalley Abbey on 5th April.
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A Guided Tour of Clitheroe Inns – Past & Present
Based on the recently published ‘Inns of Clitheroe Past & Present’ (May 2019) book by Local Historian, John Lambert.
The date for this visit is now Wednesday 18th September
A Guided Tour of Bellman Park Clitheroe
Tours at 11am & 2pm Saturday 14th September
These tours will cover the social, industrial and agricultural significance of Bellman Park and will be led by Andrew Collinson who was raised at Bellman Farm.
Lancashire Local History Federation
‘At Home’ with Lancaster Archaeological and Historical Society
Saturday 15 June 2019
9.30-c.4.15 Quaker Meeting House, Lancaster (adjacent to station)
Do you have, or admire, a Lancashire accent? Did your parents say words that you don't hear anymore? We are creating a dialect reading group that will progress into a dialect writing group for people who live around Pendle Hill.
But first anyone can join us for an entertaining hour and a half with Jennifer Reid, the Broadside Balladress, finding out more about the Lancashire dialect and the man who inspired the creation of a group dedicated to preserving, reading and writing that dialect - Paul Graney.