Alice Nutter Statue

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Alice Nutter Statue
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IAN D
Wigan, UK18,559 contributions
My wife's relative
Jun 2021 • Friends
My wife whilst researching her family tree found out she is related. With us owning a caravan in nearby Gisburn we just had to go see her statue
Written June 3, 2021
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chynagirl1
Sunderland, UK1,293 contributions
Thought provoking
Feb 2020 • Couples
Humble Alice if you didn’t know were to look you would miss her. As you drive through roughlee you see her, she looks like she is taking a walk next to the river Calder. She looks like any woman did for time and the things she was hung for many a modern woman or man would suffer the same fate today. It shows what time beliefs and ignorance can do.
Written February 28, 2020
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Mr_MrsBeckett
Colne, UK1,422 contributions
Nice statue, poor location
Feb 2020
Whenever I drive past the Alice Nutter statue I always think it's in a bad location. At the side of the road close to a bend. It should be nearer to Barley than where it is. Also if you drive past at night, despite knowing its there, it always makes me jump thinking someones is just stood at the roadside.
Written February 26, 2020
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SWAdventures
Gateshead, UK499 contributions
Torn
Feb 2020
I was really torn over how I felt about the Alice Nutter statue. With the well known history of the Pendle Witches, and Alice Nutter standing out so starkly within the rich tapestry of the time, I found myself a little disappointed with the position of her statue.
Part of me felt she deserved a grander position, somewhere people would be able to park, sit, contemplate, and generally get a 'feel' for how things must have been during her time.
And then the other part of me was very humbled by how this 'ordinary' woman was simply taking a step along a regular path, along a well used road in her village.
However the statues position makes you feel, there is no getting away from the remarkable craftsmanship that has gone into its design as well as the significance it brings to the area from which Alice Nutter came.
Written February 21, 2020
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David0ff82
Liverpool, UK904 contributions
Quick visit
Feb 2019
Had to come see this statue as myself and partner were staying in the area February 2019 and had done the Pendle hill witch walk. We popped to see this on our way out of Pendle heading home. The statue is in a quiet village and had some information to read.
Written January 31, 2020
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David S
30 contributions
Chasing the witches
Nov 2019
Alice nutter statue is a lovely tribute to her in the village where she lived. Lovely waterfall close by. Would be difficult to park when busy
Written November 20, 2019
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gelvisblue
Skipton, UK981 contributions
Bewitching
Aug 2019 • Couples
An amazing memorial and sculpture. Amazing craftsmanship, something the area can be really proud of.
Written August 15, 2019
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woodspirit_sprite
Preston, UK215 contributions
An amazing piece of Art in a pretty setting
Apr 2019 • Couples
This is a truly amazing & wonderful piece of sculptural Art, representing a very awkward & dangerous time for Women in our Local History.
Written July 14, 2019
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Gillybobs1959
Padiham, UK350 contributions
Passed here on our walk.
Jun 2019 • Friends
Worth a visit to see Alice Nutter statue.You are to take photographs.

Can stop at the pub and have a drink or something to eat.
Written June 16, 2019
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Jemma
Ystrad Mynach, UK344 contributions
Alice Nutter lives on...
May 2019 • Couples
Alice Nutter was a wealthy widow who was accused of Witchcraft in the Pendle Witch Trials in 1612 which led to ten people being hanged at Gallows Hill in Lancaster, after being found guilty of causing death or harm by Witchcraft. Alice's story is so very sad and incredibly interesting, this is a beautiful statue in her memory that is a definite must-see when visiting Pendle and when walking the Witch Trails.

Written May 27, 2019
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