Clitheroe is an attractive market town in the Ribble Valley in East Lancashire, which claims to be at the geographic heart of England. It lies to the south of the Forest of Bowland and is the ideal staging post for visiting that area, known as ‘Lancashire’s hidden gem’.
It is well known for its Norman castle, dating back over 800 years and for great food and wine shops.
1 Clitheroe Interchange has hourly trains daily from Manchester Victoria (75 mins) via Salford, Bolton, Blackburn and Whalley.
Prestonbus 25 runs every couple of hours M-Sat from Blackburn via Mellor and Whalley. Bus 280 runs from Preston hourly M-Sat via Whalley to Clitheroe, with alternate services continuing to Gisburn, Barnoldswick and Skipton.
There are bus connections with Bolton, Blackburn, Accrington, Skipton, Ribchester and local villages.
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