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Gawthorpe Hall Rear Gardens Burnley Lancashire England Uk
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Gawthorpe Hall maintained by the NT and the local Council, is a museum for textiles and needle craft. They don't allow photography inside, so you will have to visit to see the collections. The gardens to the rear of the house also have a view out over the surrounding countryside.
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