Clitheroe is a thriving market town with shops and eateries aplenty and is surrounded by some of the most picturesque and unspoilt Lancashire countryside. With mysterious Pendle Hill as the backdrop and the beguiling castle standing proudly, guarding the town.
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By Public Transport
Clitheroe has excellent around-the-clock public transport links, connecting Clitheroe with the rest of the North West.
There are direct trains from Manchester (1 hr 15 mins) and an indirect route from Preston with a change at Blackburn (59 mins).
There are direct bus routes from Blackburn railway station (45 mins) and Manchester Chorlton Street Bus Station (1 hr 40 mins).
If you’re travelling by car Clitheroe is just as easily accessible, located just off the M6 Junct 31 then head along the picturesque A59, it is the ideal destination whether your travelling from the North or South.
Some on street parking is available and there is a number of short and long stay car parks around the town centre.
Food & Accommodation
The Ribble Valley has a national reputation for food and drink. With options from street food to fine dining, take a look on Trip Advisor and book a table before you come or grab a bit to eat in the town before a show.
There is accommodation in the town centre and around the Ribble Valley to suit all budgets. Take a look on Trip Advisor to find the best place for your visit.