637 Hornby

With its riverside setting, quaint cottages, two churches and busy shops, the Domesday village of Hornby is a most attractive place. The castle dates back to the 13th century while, beside the Lune, stands an even earlier motte and bailey fortification supplemented by an incongruous concrete pillbox. Hornby is obviously well worth defending.

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LOCATION: Nine miles east of Lancaster
START: A683, Hornby car park just before bridge
Grid ref: SD585683 Postcode: LA2 8JR
DISTANCE: 3 miles
GRADE: Easy
TIME: 1.5 hours
MAP: Explorer OL - Forest of Bowland Landranger 97
REFRESHMENTS: Royal Oak
EN ROUTE: Lune, Wenning, Castle Stead


This walk was originally published by
The Manchester Evening News

   
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