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Goosnargh and Chingle Hall Walk

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This walk to the north of Preston was requested by a Walkingworld subscriber especially to go past Chingle Hall, the most haunted house in Britain. Unfortunately the owners no longer open it to the public, so you must satisfy yourself with seeing the plain white exterior of the Tudor building. The walk is mainly flat and goes through grass pastures, but also has two very lovely and lengthy bridleway stretches, one of which opens up to views of the southern fells of Bowland. It is very peaceful and out of the main walking areas simply because the more dramatic Bowland Fells are so close, but the walk has its own attractions.

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