Ye Horns Inn - Goosnargh
Lancs & Ches D.A. invites all members to:
Ye Horns Inn, Camforth Lane, Goosnargh, Nr Preston. PR3 2FJ

M/R: 102 / 575392

31st Mar - 02nd April 2017

Directions
M6 J31A follow B6243. From Longridge take B5269, follow signs for Inglewhite. Site approx 2.5 miles on left behind public house



Stewards: Ian and Gail
Cost PUPN: £7.50

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About Our Weekend at Goosnargh and Ye Horns Inn
Goosnargh is one of Lancashire's many pleasant villages, amongst the many interesting features is the medieval Chingle Hall, which has the reputation of being England's most haunted building. You can also visit the delightful wooded valley of Savick Brook overlooked by the facade of Haighton House and Lady Well, an ancient spring revered for its healing properties.

If you fancy a drive out Beacion Fell Country Park is only 6 miles away. It has been a Country Park since 1970 and is situated on the edge of the "Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty" although it is separated from the other hills in the Forest.

Ye Horn's Inn is one of those rare breeds, a place that has stayed true to its heritage. Walk in and you get a true sense of nostalgia with open log fires, original wood beams, a welcoming bar and cosy dining rooms. Ye Horn's Inn has been recognised by Camra's heritage section as having one of only 3 remaining parlours in the country where customers can sit behind a bar and enjoy a pint of real ale