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At the town of Clitheroe, Lancashire, there is a ruined Norman keep on a limestone cliff.
Visit Clitheroe Castle Museum in the shadow of the keep.
Pendle Hill, 1831 ft, offers spectacular views extending westwards to the Forest of Bowland, and to the flat Fylde Plain and the Irish Sea beyond. In 1652 George Fox had a vision on the summit which led him to preach and form the Society of Friends. Pendle Hill has also been associated with devil-worship; 19 of the witches tried at Lancaster Castle in 1612 were from the Pendle and Samlesbury area, and ten of them were sent to the gallows.
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