|09/01/19 to 21/12/19|
Built in 1325, Samlesbury Hall is steeped in fascinating history, retaining its original typical black and white exterior. Enjoy intrigue, witchcraft and centuries of enthralling times gone by throughout their archive rooms. Saved from demolition in the 1920s by six local businessmen, it remains in the care of the Charitable Trust today with the aim of maintaining and keeping open for visitors to enjoy.
From the Tudor priest holes to the Victorian kitchen, the Hall has history from (and for) every age. With the turbulent tales of its Catholic families, witches and the haunting of Lady Dorothy (and other ghost stories), a captivating insight into life from the early 14th to the 21st century is all waiting to be discovered.
The Hall also boasts an award-winning restaurant
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Admission to the Hall and Ground is free, except on event days when we charge a small admission fee to include the extra entertainment on offer.
|01/04/19 to 29/10/19|
Endless blue skies, warm sunshine and thriving wildlife – a trip to Martin Mere in the summer is always unforgettable. With loads of family-friendly activities including GIANT Bionic Bugs during the summer holidays and Animal Magic weekend in September, there really is something for everyone at the centre
|14/09/19 to 14/09/19|
Now it’s 75th year, the agricultural and horticultural show will be held in Newton-in-Bowland in 2019. A vibrant show case for native and continental breed of cattle and sheep, and an opportunity to browse fantastic exhibits from gardeners, bakers, floral artists and local school children.
|21/09/19 to 21/09/19|
Music from the Musicals is this years theme with award winning Championship Section Wingates Band, dancers from The Performance Academy and a guest Soprano finishing the evening with all the flag waving prom favourites.
|27/09/19 to 29/09/19|
An annual event bringing together live music, like-minded people, and scooters of all kinds.