An evening of ghosts, witches and murders with historian Simon Entwistle

Picture: Lorne Campbell / Guzelian'The old cottage outside Barley, Lancashire, from the time of the Pendle Witches.'PICTURE TAKEN ON MONDAY 5 DECEMBER  2011
Picture: Lorne Campbell / Guzelian'The old cottage outside Barley, Lancashire, from the time of the Pendle Witches.'PICTURE TAKEN ON MONDAY 5 DECEMBER 2011

storyteller Simon Entwistle will bring his fascinating tales of some of the Ribble Valley’s many hauntings, ghosts, witches and murders to a not-to-be-missed evening at Mitton’s Aspinall Arms on Monday, February 20th.

If you’re bewitched by tales of the Pendle Witches in their anniversary year, want to know more about the often-seen ghostly apparition of Ned King and feel a shiver pass down your spine hearing about murder in the sleeply village of Bashall Eaves, then make a date in your diary.

Tickets cost £10, which includes a hearty meal of lamb stew and a warming glass of mulled cider. Contact the Aspinall Arms on 01254 826223 or visit www.aspinallarms.co.uk for details.