Community programme

Taking part in the LW400 project

The Lancashire Witches history is part of our regional heritage which means there's lots to learn and lots to contribute and our community events programme is full of opportunities for both.

Family-friendly walks

Schools programme

Get out in the great outdoors and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Trough of Bowland on short walks, or if you feel very active, walk the full 50-mile witches walk from Pendle to Lancaster.


Children from three Lancashire schools have been working with Green Close artists to explore the issues raised through the story of the witches through a variety of different artforms.


Take part in workshops - 2012

Talks and exhibitions - 2012

Make waymarker bricks with ceramicist Julie Miles; add your own images to the paper and batik quilts with Sue Flowers and Hilli McManus; develop your digital photography skills while exploring the witches sites of Lancaster with Veronica Caperon.

Learn about the witches story from 1612 to 2012 from historian Robert Poole; join in a discussion with a panel of experts; don't miss the big 'Reveal' of your hard work throughout the community programme at this exhibition at Green Close.

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