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Waddington is an attractive Lancashire village in the Ribble Valley, not far from Clitheroe. The village has a rich heritage with almshouses dating back to the 1700s, a village green and the stunning Coronation Gardens, which have earned Waddington the title of ‘Best Kept Village in Lancashire’ on numerous occasions.
 
 
 
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Waddington Methodist Chapel
Waddington Methodist Chapel is located in the centre of Waddington, a small village in the Ribble Valley, Lancashire. The chapel aims to increase awareness of God’s presence and to celebrate God’s love. It also wants to help people to...
 
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Bowland Wild Boar Park   (Approx 2 Miles)
Enjoy a ramble in our beautiful wooded countryside, view wild boar, longhorn cows and other animals in our scenic Ribble Valley park. Feed the lambs (during Spring and Summer), stroke rabbits or enjoy a tractor ride. Snacks are...
 
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British in India Museum
The British in India Museum is full of artifacts relating to the British in India. On display are Indian regimental tiles, paintings, photographs of military and civilian subjects, model soldiers, medals, coins, picture postcards, postage stamps, toys and examples of...
 
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Centre of Britain   (Approx 11 Miles)
Much debate surrounds the exact position of the centre of Great Britain. Dunsop Bridge was officially recognised by the Ordnance Survey in 1992 as the neareset village to the centre of the British Isles and BT marked this by placing...
 
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Darwen Library   (Approx 9 Miles)
The central library is housed in a good looking building close to the town hall and the many other main administrative buildings of the city. It houses a massive collection of books, audio and visual material as well as...
 
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Dunsop Bridge   (Approx 12 Miles)
The River Dunsop and the River Hodder meet at Dunsop Bridge before flowing south to join the River Ribble outside Clitheroe. The bridge consists of two simple arches which span the river. The bridge also lends its name to the...
 
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Gawthorpe Hall   (Approx 2 Miles)
Gawthorpe Hall near Burnley is a magnificent 17th Century Jacobeancountry house built for the Shuttleworth family and restored in the mid 19th century by the renowned architect Sir Charles Barry. The opulent period rooms reflect the life-style of a wealthy...
 
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North West Sound Archive   (Approx 2 Miles)
The Northwest Sound Archive was established in 1979, and its purpose was to collect and to preserve sound recordings that are relevant to the development of people’s lives in the northwest of the country. The collection offers visitors a...
 
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Platform Gallery   (Approx 9 Miles)
Located at the very heart of the beautiful market town of Clitheroe in the Ribble Valley, this gallery is in the old railway building that dates from 1870. The gallery hosts a selection of eight different exhibitions each year,...
 
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Ribchester Roman Museum   (Approx 6 Miles)
This museum was the brainchild of Margaret Greenall and opened in 1915, bringing together a wealth of archaeological finds related to the Roman world. The museum was completely overhauled in 2001, making it larger and more accessible. The...
 
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Whalley Abbey Gatehouse   (Approx 13 Miles)
The nearby Cistercian abbey for which this was the gatehouse, was one of the wealthiest in Lancashire, and this is obvious from the grandeur of the ruins that remain of the property. Built in the 14th Century beside the...
 
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