The Friends of Pendle Heritage is a registered charity made up of an enthusiastic group of people aiming to support and investigate the heritage of Pendle Hill and it’s surrounds of North East Lancashire, historically known as Blackburnshire.
The group is based at the Pendle Heritage Centre, Barrowford and they try to cater for everyone with their varied programme which includes lectures, trips and outings, fieldwalking, building recording and excavation, as well as study and research.
New members are encouraged and always welcome. Membership benefits include free entry to the Pendle Heritage Museum and the Eighteenth Century Walled Garden. Access to activities organised by The Friend’s three Pendle Heritage Groups: Archaeology, Heritage and Conservation which includes trips and social events.
There are three types of membership available.
Individual – £10 per year
Family – £18 per year (children under 16)
Life – £150
Tel: 01282 677 150
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