Lancashire Record Office (LRO) looks after historic documents relating to the county from about 1115 to the present day. We accept as deposits a wide range of documentary material from various sources. The documents are made available to visitors and other enquirers through lists, catalogues and indexes.
Anyone can use the Record Office. We are open to the public and you can consult any of the records free of charge. You don't have to visit the Record Office to make use of its resources.
Hidden away in the pretty village of Pendleton, near Clitheroe, The Swan With Two Necks is a traditional pub and restaurant popular among real ale enthusiasts. Newly renovated but losing none of the traditional country rural charm you would expect of from the Ribble Valley, visitors will find our establishment friendly and comfortable with plenty of outdoor seating available when the weather permits and cosy open fires in the winter months.
Sleeps 2. Beautifully restored one bedroom self-catering accommodation in restful surroundings. With all modern facilities, the Keep is set on the edge of the ancient village of Pendleton, nestled below Pendle Hill in the heart of the Ribble Valley. We are just off the A59 and just 2 miles from the nearby market of Clitheroe and all local amenities
At Clitheroe Country Market you will find high quality home-grown, home-made and hand-crafted items. These are produced by our local producers and sold cooperatively at the weekly market.
Produce includes Delicious cakes, pastries and savouries, Jams, chutneys and preserves, Home-grown fruit and vegetables, Cut flowers and fresh herbs
Every Tuesday 9.30am - 12 noon
Coffee, tea and homemade cakes are served from 9.30am
Clitheroe Country Market is closed during the winter. The last market is in the 2nd week of December. We re-open in the 2nd week of March.