Lancashire Ribble Valley Historic House - Browsholme Hall, pronounced ‘Brusom’, lies in the Forest of Bowland four miles north-west of Clitheroe overlooking the Hodder Valley. Built in 1507 by Edmund Parker, the red sandstone house has a genuine claim to be the oldest surviving family home in Lancashire.  (browsholme.com)

Lancashire Ribble Valley Historic House - Browsholme Hall, pronounced ‘Brusom’, lies in the Forest of Bowland four miles north-west of Clitheroe overlooking the Hodder Valley. Built in 1507 by Edmund Parker, the red sandstone house has a genuine claim to be the oldest surviving family home in Lancashire. (browsholme.com)

The #bride and her #bridesmaids have a mad moment bouncing on the bed in the bridal suit in EavesHall, Clitheroe.

The #bride and her #bridesmaids have a mad moment bouncing on the bed in the bridal suit in EavesHall, Clitheroe.

Waddow Hall

Waddow Hall

Pub walk - BAYLEY ARMS, Avenue Road, Hurst Green, Near Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 9QB

Pub walk - BAYLEY ARMS, Avenue Road, Hurst Green, Near Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 9QB

The shop on Wellgate, Clitheroe

The shop on Wellgate, Clitheroe

The Emporium, Clitheroe, former Methodist church - frontage

The Emporium, Clitheroe, former Methodist church - frontage

Silver Brunia from Voila Florist Clitheroe

Silver Brunia from Voila Florist Clitheroe

Clitheroe Library,Lancashire.

Clitheroe Library,Lancashire.

Clitheroe Castle, Lancashire

Clitheroe Castle, Lancashire

Clitheroe Castle in Clitheroe, Lancashire, England is a motte and bailey castle built on a natural carboniferous limestone outcrop.  It has been suggested that Clitheroe Castle may have been first built before 1086 as there is reference to the "castellatu Rogerii pictaviensis" in the Domesday Book. However, it is likely the passage refers to another castle. One alternative is that it was built around 1186 by Robert de Lacy as an administrative centre for his estates in the area but later…

Clitheroe Castle in Clitheroe, Lancashire, England is a motte and bailey castle built on a natural carboniferous limestone outcrop. It has been suggested that Clitheroe Castle may have been first built before 1086 as there is reference to the "castellatu Rogerii pictaviensis" in the Domesday Book. However, it is likely the passage refers to another castle. One alternative is that it was built around 1186 by Robert de Lacy as an administrative centre for his estates in the area but later…

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