Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership Scheme is an ambitious four year programme of activity based around the heritage and landscape of Pendle Hill, led by the Forest of Bowland AONB and supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
The scheme has five aims:
- We will restore, enhance and conserve the heritage and landscape of Pendle Hill
- We will re-connect people with the landscape
- We will re-connect people and the past
- We will bring together the two sides of the hill
- We will create a sustainable future for the environment, heritage and for visitors’ experience of Pendle Hill
The scheme will provide opportunities for training and volunteering; restore important landscape features; support research and develop innovative interpretation to inspire a new generation about heritage – all underpinned with the engagement of more people, and a wider range of communities.
The scheme is delivered through 12 projects, many also involving a ‘Gathering’ that comprise a strong element of creative arts, bringing people together from both sides of the hill, building cohesion and creating shared points of view. In addition three threads of activity – volunteering, outdoor learning, and interpretation – draw together the projects and support high quality engagement.