|Region||North West England|
Barnacre-with-Bonds is a civil parish in the Wyre district of Lancashire, England. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 1,751 increasing to 2,148 at the 2011 Census The parish covers an area to the south and east of Garstang, including the settlements of Bonds, Calder Vale and Bowgreave.
In Bowgreave, there is Garstang Community Academy, formerly known as Garstang High School, and an eighteen-hole golf course, near the Great Western Hotel. Barnacre also includes a pub the Kenlis Arms Hotel, which is a former hunting lodge built in 1856.
Calder Vale, which is one of the most isolated villages in England, has only one road providing access. It lies in a deep valley near the River Calder. The 5-star self-catering Barnacre holiday cottages are located near the village.
The parish is mostly rural and hilly with a small population.
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