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Lytham and Thurnham Hall

Headed out first to Lytham, then up to stay for a few days at Thurnham Hall – part of the building dates to the 13th century, but most was built in the 17th century.


Heading back down from Ashington where I had been staying, I spent a couple of nights near Clitheroe and spent ages exploring and wandering around the ruins of Whalley Abbey.  
On the surface, this day might seem like a bummer of a day as five different places I went to were closed, but I still had a lovely day of exploring... Sir Walter Scott's courthouse... Reading Sir Walter Scott's journal in Waverley Castle...  

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