People Enjoying Nature WalkPeople Enjoying Nature Sessions 2022

Come and join us for a number of opportunities to spend time in the Pendle Hill landscape over the next few months. All sessions are free of charge and available for everyone (under 18s must be accompanied by Parent/Guardian/responsible adult).

PEN sessions aim to offer supported activities out in the landscape, at different sites and areas. All sessions will be delivered in a Covid safe way, which means that changes may have to be made throughout the programme if guidance changes. We offer a free transport service for Thursday sessions for those who require it, via The Little Green Bus which picks up at local meeting points on route. 


Poster for September PEN sessionsMonday Walks

Come along and meet us at locations across Pendle, Burnley and the Ribble Valley for our People Enjoying Nature sessions held every Monday at 11am.

Our walks are between 4 and 5 miles, and are normally finished by 2pm. Walks may include pavements, park trails, canal towpath, fields and tracks so where possible, suitable walking footwear and clothing should be worn. Please also bring a drink and a snack with you.

Bookings for our Monday walks are no longer necessary - but please ensure you arrive in plenty of time at the meeting point stated for each walk.

If you would like any further information then please contact Maj Mahmood on 07794 594 937 or email walkandtalk@mail.com

The upcoming programme, led by Walk & Talk, can be found here


Nature and Heritage Activity Sessions

These sessions take more of a nature and heritage focus, but most involve a short walk as well. Sessions start at 11.30am, and last approx. 3 hours. 

Free transport can be available! 

All equipment, materials and tools are provided free of charge, but we encourage participants to wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear. Remember to bring a drink and a snack and come dressed prepared for the weather!

Booking is essential. For more information and to book onto Thursday sessions please email PEN@lscft.nhs.uk or call 01282 657210

View a larger version of our information poster here