Borough of Pendle

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The Borough of Pendle (population 89,400) is located in north-west England, on the border between Lancashire and Yorkshire. It is one of 12 district councils in the 'red rose county'​ and forms part of the Pennine Lancashire sub-region; home to the largest concentration of aerospace and advanced engineering businesses in the UK.

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