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352 (Burnley Sqn) ATC
352 (Burnley Sqn) ATC

Burnley Air Cadets shared 1969 (Rossendale) Squadron Air Cadets's video. · 29 May at 13:32 · A montage of the time lapse footage made by SAC Skillicorn from the recent weekend at the Chipping Steam Fair.

Abel St School
Abel St School

Abel Street School, Burnley Picture taken circa 1929. From Left to Right: Top Row: ?-?, Sidney Simpson, ?-?, Alan Smith, Robert Worthington, Jack Howarth, ?-?, ...

Bank Hall
Bank Hall

The other parks include Scott Park, Ightenhill Park and Thursby Gardens. A greenway route linking Burnley Central Station along a former mineral line and incorporating the former Bank Hall colliery and reclaimed landfill site at Heasandford extends out of the town towards Worsthorne at Rowley Lake.

Bank Hall Miners Memorial
Bank Hall Miners Memorial

Bank Hall itself was closed in 1970 with the loss of 750 jobs. Cllr Bea Foster, the council’s executive member for leisure and culture, said: “The memorial in Bank Hall is an important reminder of Burnley’s coal industry on which Burnley was built and a tribute to the many thousands of people that worked in the mines.

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Barden High School
Barden High School

Burnley Barden High School: (Closed Result of Amalgamation/Merger 2006-07-31) Heald Road, Burnley, Lancashire, BB101JB. ☎ 01282 … headteacher: Dr A Lythgoe. Check school holidays.

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Black Moss Reservoirs,
Black Moss Reservoirs,

Upper and Lower Black Moss Reservoirs are reservoirs close to the village of Barley, in the Borough of Pendle, close to the market town of Burnley, England. The reservoirs provide drinking water to Nelson when needed.

Boulsworth Hill
Boulsworth Hill

Route Summary: - Trawden, The Pendle Way, Lower Coldwell Reservoir, Upper Coldwell Reservoir, Deerstone Moor, The Bronte Way, Will Moor, Will Moor Clough, Bedding Hill Moor, Abbot Stone (Boulsworth Hill), Lad Law (Boulsworth Hill), Saucer Hill Clough, Dean House Farm, Wycoller, Bracken Hill, Trawden.

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Brun Valley Forest Park
Brun Valley Forest Park

GAZING at the shimmering lakes and rivers of Brun Valley Forest Park it’s difficult to comprehend that the wispy green meadow grass you are standing in is, in fact, reclaimed coal mine land. The ambitious development stretches from the centre of Burnley to the rural outskirts of Worsthorne, and is made up of an ex- Lancashire County Council tip, coal mines, and old industrial land.

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Burnley Canal Festival
Burnley Canal Festival

Burnley Canal Festival added 4 new photos. · 29 May at 08:02 · We are very pleased to announce that the brilliant Rajasthan Heritage Brass Band will be on tour in the UK in August and are able to join us on Saturday 25th. If you saw them last time you'll know how much fun they are to watch and listen to. Make sure you don't miss them! Saturday 25 August ONLY.

Burnley's Art Gallery & Museum
Burnley's Art Gallery & Museum

Howarth Gallery in Burnley, Lancashire offer what is probably the most comprehensive and diverse collection of contemporary art and designer jewellery in the UK. We offer from stock a selection of 20th Century British Art from artists including Sir Terry Frost, Sandra Blow, John Hoyland and Sir Peter Blake.

Decorated Cairn
Decorated Cairn

Walking from the Crown Point car park to the Panopticon, you will see this cairn on your left. The view is northwards, towards Burnley.

Dragoon
Dragoon

Dragoon Hotel, Hebrew Road, Burnley Hotel - Opening times, reviews, address, phone number, pictures, postcode, directions and map

Empire Theatre
Empire Theatre

New owners took over and it was converted into Burnley’s ‘Superior Talkie Theatre’, possibly to the plans of Liverpool based architectural firm Lewis & Co. Re-opening on 19th May 1930 with “Happy Days” as the New Empire Cinema.

Finsley Wharf
Finsley Wharf

Canal & River Trust, the charity that cares for 2,000 miles of the nation’s waterways, has submitted plans to transform Finsley Gate Wharf in Burnley into a hive of activity for the local community and visitors.Known locally as Mile Wharf, it is one of the oldest wharves on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, dating from between 1700 and 1830.

Gawthorpe Hall
Gawthorpe Hall

Gawthorpe Hall is on the main Padiham to Burnley road, on the left hand side. Public Transport Directions The Burnley & Pendle Mainline Bus stops at the end of the driveway to the Hall on Burnley Road/Victoria Road, Padiham (from Burnley Bus Station).

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HAPPA
HAPPA

HAPPA are looking for extraordinary people, with equine experience, to come forward, offering temporary homes in which HAPPA youngsters can grow, develop and mature into strong well-mannered adolescents and are match fit ready to undergo the ‘breaking in’ process

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Healey Heights
Healey Heights

The information on housing, people, culture, employment and education that is displayed about Healey Wood Road, Burnley, BB11 2LN is based on the last census performed in the UK in 2011. They are performed once every 10 years. Please note: census information may include figures for adjacent streets and postcodes.

Heyhead Park
Heyhead Park

Heyhead Park was first awarded a prestigious Green Flag in 2009, and has maintained its flag ever since. The park is of a very open aspect though on a small scale with almost all of the park lawned with mature trees flanking the narrow paths. Heyhead is bordered by houses at almost every boundary giving the park an extremely urban feel.

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Hurstwood Reservoir
Hurstwood Reservoir

Bobby Sethi added a new photo — at Hurstwood Reservoir. · May 28 at 5:17am · Burnley, United Kingdom · Darren Irvine added 3 new photos — with Sarah May at Hurstwood Reservoir.

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Kilns
Kilns

Sold House Prices in The Kilns, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11. Use Rightmove online house price checker tool to find out exactly how much properties sold for in The Kilns, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 since 1995 (based on official Land Registry data).

Leeds and Liverpool Canal
Leeds and Liverpool Canal

The Leeds and Liverpool Canal is a canal in Northern England, linking the cities of Leeds and Liverpool. Over a distance of 127 miles (204 km), it crosses the Pennines, and includes 91 locks on the main line.

Marsden Hospital
Marsden Hospital

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Marsden Park
Marsden Park

Little Marsden was on the southwest of Walverden Water, its lands considered part of the manor of Ightenhill and Great Marsden to the northeast, part of the manor of Colne. Great Marsden included the southern parts of Colne, and Little Marsden included all of modern-day Brierfield.

Neptune Inn
Neptune Inn

The Neptune Inn, Ogunquit, ME. 283 likes. The Neptune Inn On The Beach Ogunquit Maine 03907

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North St. Baths
North St. Baths

Burnley's main shopping area is St James Street, along with the nearby Charter Walk Shopping Centre. The YMCA claimed to have opened the largest charity shop in the UK in 2009, when they temporarily took over the former Woolworths store in the centre.

Old Ightenhill Park Lane Bridge
Old Ightenhill Park Lane Bridge

As a result, adjoining parts of Burnley, although not inside the parish, are still locally considered part of the Ightenhill area. Much of the populated part of the parish is composed principally of large 1990s housing estates forming part of Burnley's urban area.

Padiham Memorial Park
Padiham Memorial Park

Padiham Town Hall on Burnley Road, designed by Bradshaw Gass & Hope and built in 1938, is a Grade II listed building. Padiham Memorial Park at the top of Church Street, was designed by Thomas Mawson, an influential and prolific landscape designer.

Paulinus Cross
Paulinus Cross

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Pendle Heritage Centre
Pendle Heritage Centre

Pendle Heritage Centre, Barrowford: See 153 reviews, articles, and 26 photos of Pendle Heritage Centre, ranked No.1 on TripAdvisor among 5 attractions in Barrowford.

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Pendle Hill
Pendle Hill

Pendle Hill is in the east of Lancashire, England, near the towns of Burnley, Nelson, Colne, Clitheroe and Padiham. Its summit is 557 metres (1,827 ft) above mean sea level. It gives its name to the Borough of Pendle.

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Prestige Park
Prestige Park

The scheme is a dominant wide bulky goods park. Existing tenants include Sainsbury's Currys/PC World and Oak Furnitureland.

Queens Park
Queens Park

Queens Park and Thompson Park - Burnley. 383 likes. Queen’s Park Designed by Robert Murray and opened in 1893, Queen’s Park was Burnley’s first public...

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Ram Inn
Ram Inn

The Ram Inn - Cliviger, Burnley, Lancashire. 1.7K likes. We are a Pub/restarant set in beautiful surroundings

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Reedley Marina
Reedley Marina

The cruise from Reedley Marina to the market town of Skipton (approx 2 days sailing) is one of the most spectacular on the whole of the network. Stunning views and beautiful countryside is interspersed with marvellous, traditional pubs and historic mills.

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Scott Park
Scott Park

The other parks include Scott Park, Ightenhill Park and Thursby Gardens. A greenway route linking Burnley Central Station along a former mineral line and incorporating the former Bank Hall colliery and reclaimed landfill site at Heasandford extends out of the town towards Worsthorne at Rowley Lake.

Singing Ringing Tree
Singing Ringing Tree

The Singing Ringing Tree is a wind powered sound sculpture resembling a tree set in the landscape of the Pennine hill range overlooking Burnley, in Lancashire, England. Completed in 2006, it is part of the series of four sculptures within the Panopticons arts and regeneration project created by the East Lancashire Environmental Arts Network (ELEAN).

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Slater Terrace
Slater Terrace

Slater Terrace is a Grade II listed building in Burnley, Lancashire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.

St Peter's Church, Burnley
St Peter's Church, Burnley

St Peter's Church is an Anglican church in the town of Burnley, Lancashire, England. It is an active parish church in the Diocese of Blackburn and the archdeaconry of Blackburn. The oldest part of the church, the lower tower, dates from the 15th century, and there are several later additions and restorations.

St. James' Parish Hall
St. James' Parish Hall

Burnley's main shopping area is St James Street, along with the nearby Charter Walk Shopping Centre. The YMCA claimed to have opened the largest charity shop in the UK in 2009, when they temporarily took over the former Woolworths store in the centre.

The Burnley Cannons
The Burnley Cannons

Burnley Fire Station was the location of Social Services in the first series of Juliet Bravo, and Burnley Library was used for exterior shots of the magistrates' court in the series. Numerous locations in the town were used in the 1996–1998 BBC comedy drama Hetty Wainthropp Investigates.

The Culvert
The Culvert

Find Culvert Surveys in Burnley on Yell. Get reviews and contact details for each business including phone number, postcode, opening hours and photos. Get reviews and contact details for each business including phone number, postcode, opening hours and photos.

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The Longside
The Longside

TheLongside.co.uk : Unofficial Burnley news, views and message boards.

The Straight Mile
The Straight Mile

The Burnley Embankment - The Straight Mile The Burnley Embankment - known locally as "The Straight Mile" - carries The Leeds and Liverpool Canal 60ft above the town. It was built between 1796 and 1801.

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Thompson Park
Thompson Park

Main entrance off Ormerod Road, Burnley A formal Edwardian urban park. Retains most original features: boating lake, Italian gardens, Ranger centre, and playground.Thompson Park is more ornamental than Burnley's other parks with large numbers of flower beds and the large rose garden.

Thompson Park Railway (BPMRS)
Thompson Park Railway (BPMRS)

Nick-named ‘The Lollipop Line’ – Thompson Park Railway is a seven-minute, one kilometre, permanent seven and a quarter inch gauge railway in the Northern half of the formal Edwardian Thompson Park, Burnley.

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Towneley Park
Towneley Park

Towneley Park Towneley Park is the largest park in Burnley with a total of 180 hectares of landscaped parkland surrounding Towneley Hall and Museum. It has a long history as a private estate, with much of its current landscape the result of work carried out in the late 18th Century by Charles Towneley.

Trafalgar Flats
Trafalgar Flats

Burnley has some of the lowest property prices in the country, with numerous streets appearing in the annual mouseprice.com most affordable streets in England & Wales report. These streets are concentrated in areas of terrace housing in poorer neighbourhoods adjacent to the town centre.

Victoria Hospital
Victoria Hospital

At the top of the programme cover, which is printed on very fragile paper(hence its condition), there is a charming drawing of one of Burnley's most distinctive buildings, Burnley Victoria Hospital which dates from 1886.

Weavers Triangle
Weavers Triangle

Explore Burnley's historic canalside. Oak Mount Mill: A restored mill engine in action and the town's finest surviving mill chimney.

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