Bleasdale is predominantly a livestock farming community situated between the high fells of the Forest of Bowland and Beacon Fell Country Park.
It is a place of tranquility and unspoilt natural beauty, great for those interested in walking, birdwatching, fell running, gliding, cycling or just relaxing quiet countryside.
Bleasdale has its own school and village hall. Other interesting places are:-
Dated approx 1700 BC the Bronze Age circle was discovered by a local farmer in 1898. Consisting of two circles set within one another, an outer circle (150 ft diameter) was originally made of split oak tree trunks burried upright, and the inner circle (75 ft diameter) constructed using 11 oak tree trunks. Within the inner circle a grave was found, along with 2 urns and a small cup which can be seen in the Harris Musem, Preston.
St Eadmers Church
This is the only church in England dedicated to St Eadmer. On the alter step is a tapestry kneeler made by the local community to celebrate the millenium. It features Bleasdale landscape and buildings.
Pack Horse Bridge
This old bridge was used by horses transporting wool to the Pennine manufacturing areas.