Toby Jug Tea Shop, 2- King Street, Clitheroe, Lancs BB7 9SL Tel -01254 823298

Situated in a conservation area in a village in the heart of Ribble Valley where the Quaker founder, George Fox preached in 1652 and which is closely associated with the infamous Pendle witches and their subsequent trial and hanging in Lancaster in 1623.

It was originally King Street Farm but full of history in this Grade 11 listed building, in fact its one of the oldest in the conservation village of Whalley.

It serves traditional afternoon tea and hospitality with a cosy atmosphere and tempting cakes, scones and fruit pies and a selection of teas.


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Photo of Clitheroe, King Street c1960, ref. C122023

Reproduced courtesy of Francis Frith.

Clitheroe, King Street c1960