Pendle Hill dominates the skyline of
areas of East Lancashire.
Having associations with witchcraft and the
Witches of Pendle,
Pendle Hill and its surroundings offer an appropriate setting to devour a
ghastly autumn feast
in anticipation of
Pendle Hill is also famous as being the site of George Fox's revelation and his subsequent founding of the Quaker movement,
and also Richard Towneley's celebrated barometer experiment
- where the important discovery that atmospheric pressure decreases with altitude was first made.
Villages on the slopes of Pendle Hill include
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