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Alice Nutter Statue

Blacko Bar Road, Roughlee BB9 6NR, England
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VERY MOVING SCULPTURE

Shows the emotion that this lady went through at the time of her execution at Lancaster due to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
mitchn12017
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Padiham, United Kingdom
Alice Nutter

We came across the statue of Alice Nutter on one of our walks recently. We had read about her on... read more

Reviewed 21 May 2017
208Carol
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Peterborough, United Kingdom
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Blacko Bar Road, Roughlee BB9 6NR, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Shows the emotion that this lady went through at the time of her execution at Lancaster due to jealous neighbours over land, and helping poor people of the area in visiting them, unfortunately, during times of 'witch-hunting' in the Pendle area of Lancashire.

Thank mitchn12017
Reviewed 21 May 2017

We came across the statue of Alice Nutter on one of our walks recently. We had read about her on several leaflets so knew of her already. The statue brought to life the witches of Pendle for us.

Thank 208Carol
Reviewed 30 March 2017

The Pendle Witches were mostly women who were victimised by God fearing local inhabitants. There is much myth and some fact in the stories, but they have combined to bring tourists to this part of Lancashire, which helps our local economy. This statue depicts Alice...More

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Reviewed 30 November 2016

Lovely statue, relating to the Pendle Witch Trials. Situated in the lovely village of Roughlee and close to the Witch trails which take in some wonderful walking and scenery. Nice that the locals often put a posie of flowers in her hands

Thank Boddies
Reviewed 10 October 2016

This is a must if you're on the "Witch Trail". Quite a sad, but superb memorial to be honest. Well worth a visit. When we arrived, someone had placed some snowdrops in her hands which made it quite emotional. Do some reading before you visit...More

Thank Ian L
Reviewed 17 August 2016

We did the whole which trail from the villages to Lancaster. Really enjoyed the whole trip and want to come back with a larger group of friends to do it again.

Thank Holidayer0088
Reviewed 31 July 2016

My mum was brought up in Roughlee . She attended the school there. She told me many tales about the Pendle Witches. Seeing the statue of Alice, brings all her stories to light. Wonderful 😀 Thank you to whoever thought up this idea x

Thank bonnie1961_11
Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

We came across Alice on our way to the town of Pendle. The history for the witch trials is very interesting, especially if you are interested the supernatural. We never got a chance to do the hike up Pendle Hill, but will be back for...More

Thank K8Ciara
Reviewed 28 June 2016

can be seen on the curb side driving through the villiage. you can park up and walk back to it for a photo.

Thank angela k
Reviewed 24 June 2016

I passed this statue in the village as I passed through it as part of my effort to complete the Pendle Way circular walk (46 miles). I thought 'there's a statue !' - but it didn't set my any of mysenses on fire ... or...More

Thank Steve T
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