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Bowland Forest High

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Bowland Forest High
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Croasdale Fell
Bowland Forest High is located in the Borough of Ribble Valley
Bowland Forest High
Bowland Forest High
Location in Ribble Valley
Bowland Forest High is located in the Forest of Bowland
Bowland Forest High
Bowland Forest High
Location in the Forest of Bowland
Bowland Forest High is located in Lancashire
Bowland Forest High
Bowland Forest High
Location within Lancashire
Population144 (2011) [1]
OS grid referenceSD659501
Civil parish
  • Bowland Forest High
District
Shire county
Region
CountryEngland
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townCLITHEROE
Postcode districtBB7
Dialling code01200
PoliceLancashire
FireLancashire
AmbulanceNorth West
UK Parliament
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Lancashire
53°56′46″N 2°31′12″W / 53.946°N 2.520°W / 53.946; -2.520

Bowland Forest High is a civil parish in the Ribble Valley district of Lancashire, England, covering some 20,000 acres (80 km2) of the Forest of Bowland. According to the 2001 census, the parish had a population of 163, falling to 144 at the 2011 Census.[1][2] The parish includes the settlements of Hareden, Sykes, and Dunsop Bridge. It covers Sykes Fell, Whins Brow, Croasdale Fell and Wolfhole Crag. Before 1974, it formed part of Bowland Rural District in the West Riding of Yorkshire.

History

Historic Bowland comprised a Royal Forest and a Liberty of ten manors spanning eight townships and four parishes and covered an area of almost 300 square miles (800 km2) on the historic borders of Lancashire and Yorkshire.[3] The manors within the Liberty were Slaidburn (Newton-in-Bowland, West Bradford, Grindleton), Knowlmere, Waddington, Easington, Bashall, Mitton, Withgill (Crook), Leagram (Bowland-with-Leagram), Hammerton and Dunnow (Battersby). Modern-day Bowland Forest is divided into two large administrative townships - Great Bowland (Bowland Forest High and Bowland Forest Low) and Little Bowland (Bowland-with-Leagram) - but the Forest was much more extensive in previous times.

St Hubert, the patron saint of hunting, is also patron saint of the Forest of Bowland and has a chapel dedicated to him in Dunsop Bridge. This chapel was founded by Richard Eastwood of Thorneyholme, land agent to the Towneley family. Eastwood was the last Bowbearer of the Forest of Bowland during the nineteenth century. An acclaimed breeder of racehorses and shorthorn cattle, he died in 1871 and is buried at St Hubert's.

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References

  1. ^ a b UK Census (2011). "Local Area Report – Bowland Forest High Parish (1170215097)". Nomis. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 1 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Wards and parishes map". MARIO. Lancashire County Council. Retrieved 26 February 2018.
  3. ^ "Lord of the Fells, Guardian of History" (PDF). Rural Life. November 2014.
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