Here is where you can follow a sculpture trail in Lancashire
If you fancy exploring some of Lancashire's most beautiful scenes, why not check out these sculpture trails.
By Natalie Walker
Tuesday, 5th March 2019, 1:47 pm
Updated Tuesday, 5th March 2019, 2:07 pm
Pendle Sculpture Trail
Take a look.
Pendle Sculpture Trail, in Aitken Wood, has ten ceramic plaques, which represent each of the Pendle people who were hanged in the witchcraft trial. There is also artwork from Philippe Handford, including tumbling tree arches, plus a life size Witchfinder General figure and creatures such as bats and a spider.
The Mythic Coast Artwork Trail is a picturesque walk with interactive sculptures on Cleveleys seafront based on the childrens book The Sea Swallow. Photo by CAG Photography Ltd
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Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail includes more than 20 permanent works of art. The trail travels through Brungerley Park and Cross Hill Quarry, as well as woodland and flower rich grassland and includes views over the Forest of Bowland.
The 5.5 mile Tolkien Trail explores the Ribble Valley which inspired the Lord of the Rings author.
It starts and finishes at Shireburn Arms, Hurst Green, and includes Stoneyhurst College, Cromwells Bridge, Shire Lane and River Shirebourn.
Lancashire Treasure Trails offer an imaginative to explore different areas, including Preston Parks and Gardens; Whalley; Lytham and Garstang. Download a pack, at 6.99, from www.treasuretrails.co.uk/things-to-do/lancashire/.