Saturday 27th November

Nelson to Burnley (photo 33 of 73)

Lodge bridge (Bridge 134) at Barden



Once, on the opposite side of the bridge, stood the immense Lodge Mill which sadly burned down many years ago. On this side is the ever popular Barden Mill(give yourself a good hour to look round)..Canal pleasure cruises operate from here in season.Follow the country lane for approx 1mile and directly facing you at the T-junction is the charming Fence-Gate Inn. This is the best area to start from if you wish to immerse yourself in the infamous pendle witches or,if you prefer,the antique centre trail.

Comment by mark - 16th February 2009

What a pleasant day out, Barden Mill benefits from having a decent investment put into it! A 100 boat mooring, the Kingfisher cafe with outside tables overlooking the marina. A choice of reasonably priced meals, a pleasant environment, (licenced bar). The mill is a nice clean environment with many bargains to be had.

Comment by KEN CALDECOTT - 27th May 2009

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