Georgia expresses a big thank you to all the walkers who kindly shared their experiences while out and about on Pendle Hill. 

Thank you to Janet, Barbara and Peter from the East Lancashire Clarion Choir, who invited me to sing with them on Thursday evenings and who offered their time to have a socially distanced sing and chat outside Clarion House. Thank you to the rest of the choir who made me feel very welcome and shared their insights with me.

Many thanks to everyone who contributed audio to the Pendlesound map:

Dr Peter Bickerton – A science writer, presenter and performance poet. You can see the video of his song about Pendle Hill on Youtube here.

Danielle Knights – One of the archeologists involved in the Malkin Tower exacavation.

Sue Nike – Who helps run Clarion House.

Barbara Root – Local resident.

Jayne Ashe – From the Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership.

Gin Crewe – From Malkin Morris.

Simon Entwistle – Tour guide at Top Hat Tours.

Linda Hampton – Actor, writer and author who kindly sent in an extract of her monologue about the Pendle Witches.

Jenny Palmer – Local resident and author of ‘Whipps, Watsons and Bulcocks, 1560-1960: A Pendle family history’ which is available at the Pendle Heritage Centre. 

Bob Sproule – Another active member of Clarion House.

Stella Boothman – Local artist at Higherford Mill.

Kerenza McClarnan – Associate curator at In-Situ.

Gail Barton – Community Engagement Officer for Ribble Valley and Pendle at Lancashire Police.

Kellie and Grant Walsh – Local residents.

Nick Hunt – From Mid Pennine Arts.

Shonagh Ingham – From Mid Pennine Arts.

Calum Bayne – From In-Situ who helped collect interviews atop Pendle Hill.