Gandhi Up North


This walk links the villages of Grindleton and West Bradford. We follow field and woodland paths to view Heys Farm, the former workers’ guesthouse where Mahatma Gandhi stayed the weekend on his 1931 visit to Lancashire and the West Riding in 1931. We return to Grindleton We will look at why Gandhi was visiting the area and why he stayed at the farm on the invitation of Darwen mill owner, Percy Davies. There are good views of Pendle Hill throughout the walk.

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Date: Sunday 1st March 2020
Time: 10:15 am
Meet: Duke of York pub. Roadside parking nearby. BB7 4QR
Walk Distance: 5.5 miles (approximately 3 hours)
Bring a packed lunch!

Walk Details:
This walk involves stiles/gates and some moderate inclines. The route includes riverside pastures and fields as well as quiet lanes and farm roads. Please wear suitable footwear for the time of year and walking boots!

Adults £8.00
Children (under 16) £4.00
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) £12.00

Gift Vouchers available for this walking tour

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