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Find out wow, when and why the route took shape
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To use our accommodation register and source your accommodation for your Pennine Journey trip simply click on a place name on the map opposite to find out more.

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If you would like to see your own establishment listed on the Pennine Journey accommodation pages then simply complete the online application form.

The Legal Bit: Descriptions of establishments have been provided by the applicable proprietors. The Pennine Journey website cannot accept any responsibility for any contents or omissions which the accommodation listing on this website may contain and makes no warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the information, and accepts no liability relating to its use.
Simply click on a place name to find out more information

"I have not mentioned that I sing as I go along. I always do. Seldom loudly, more often in a murmur. I recognise few limits in my repertoire; I can treat myself to anything. I bellow in opera, warble in ballad. My choice on any particular occasion is governed by my speed, and governs my speed, my feet march in tempo." an extract from a reading at AW's centenary memorial service at Blackburn Cathedralin 2007


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