Pendle Hill Landscape Partners


  April 2017


You are invited… 


        To the Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership Springtime Gathering!

We are holding two events on Tuesday 11th April so please come along to one of them.


2pm – 4pm we will be at Grassroots Centre, St Philip's, Leeds Road, Nelson, BB9 9XB


6.30pm – 8.30pm we will be at St Mary's Hall, Whalley Road, Sabden, BB7 9DZ


Come along to find more about the Landscape Partnership, the projects we are planning for the duration of the program, and about the things that have been happening so far.


We will have a variety of posters, presentations and different creative Pendle Hill based activities along with an exciting display of designs recently produced by students from the Manchester School of Architecture.


Everybody is welcome and, particularly at the Grassroots event in the afternoon, we will be running family friendly activities suitable for younger ages.


So please bring along your family and friends!


Jayne Ashe

Assistant Development Officer

Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership Scheme

Forest of Bowland AONB


01200 448000/07486091082

March 2017


Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership


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You are invited…

The next Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership Gathering will be held on Tuesday 11th April at Grassroots Centre, Nelson from 2pm to 4pm and at St Mary's Hall, Sabden from 6.30pm to 8pm. Please come along to one of these venues and find out more about the project, what has been happening in the past few months and the plans for the programme. Everybody is welcome. Please contact / 01200448000 for more details.


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