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Above are the weather conditions for Clitheroe. On average, the warmest month is July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 1°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Explore historic Lancashire with a holiday home in Clitheroe
Distinguished by its traditional grey Lancashire stone architecture, Clitheroe is one of the county's most attractive destinations. Clitheroe is thought to be Saxon for 'rocky hill' and your holiday home locates you in the verdant Ribble Valley, surrounded by some of the United Kingdom's most ancient and intriguing heritage sites.
Ancient abbeys and Norman castles
Clitheroe Castle has one of the smallest Norman keeps in Britain but it has dominated the town's skyline for 800 years. Travel back through history at the Castle Museum, with its artifacts and geological exhibits.
Sawley Abbey fell prey to the dissolution of the monasteries in 1536 but what remains is still impressive. The abbey of Cistercian monks was founded in 1147 and one of its monks went on to become Chancellor of the University of Oxford. Wandering around you can easily imagine life a thousand years ago.
Witches and paragliding
The story of the Pendle witches is notorious as one of the most major cases brought against accused witches in 17th century England. Pendle Hill continues to be associated with witchcraft, recieving pilgrims every Halloween, the hill is ever popular with ghost hunters. The hill's heritage stretches back even further to the Bronze Age burial site at its summit.
Longridge Fell is the southernmost tip of the Forest of Bowland, a designated Area of Natural Beauty. Due to the natural escarpment it is used as a launchpad for hang gliders and paragliders. On clear days you might just catch a glimpse of Snowdonia and the Lake District. If you don't fancy hang gliding why not wander around the forest which borders the Yorkshire Dales.
Clitheroe Food Festival attracts thousands to the green hills of Lancashire every July. The county is famed for having some of the United Kingdom's top food producers and this is in evidence at the festival.
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