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THE the gateway to the Bowland Fells the village of Dunsop Bridge takes its name from the road crossing over the River Dunsop, a short-lived river formed by the confluence of the Rivers Brennand and Whitendale less than a few miles north of the village.
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When I heard Blackburn was trying to market itself as an inland seaside resort, I did wonder why? It already has a heritage which it needs to celebrate. What about East Lancashire, once the proud capital of the cotton industry?
5:45pm Wednesday 21st August 2013
The meaning of the name Rivington indicates the presence of a “rough hill”. Thanks to the efforts of Bolton born William Hesketh Lever the hill is not so rough as it used to be and is an excellent place to drive to and enjoy a stroll and partake of a substantial snack.
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There are not many places left in England where red squirrels can easily be seen. We do, however, have one wonderful exception which is quite close to us. This is at Freshfield Dunes near Southport and I chose a hot day and the squirrels did not disappoint me.
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This week I took advantage of the fact that we are approaching the longest day and so I could have a really long day out. I was looking for an historic town trail and a short walk. Williamson Park was ideal for my short stroll and I was lucky with the weather.
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How to get there: About five miles south of junction three of the M65 on the A675 towards Bolton, turn towards Tockholes. It is also well signed off the A666. There is plenty of parking between the Royal Arms and Information Centre. Distance: Two miles
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I ALWAYS enjoy my last ‘distant’ walk the weekend the clocks go back. I was lucky because the Saturday dawned cold and sunny and the village of Aberford, east of Leeds, looked at its best in the bright sunlight and with the autumn colours approaching their peak.
4:26pm Monday 29th October 2012
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Around Whalley and its Abbey Begin at the railway station. Pass the cricket ground on the left and then look for a right turn into a narrow road. This descends steeply and turns left to reach a monastic gatehouse which straddles the road.
5:24pm Monday 24th September 2012
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3:48pm Tuesday 28th August 2012
I have always been fascinated by bridges and rivers and this summer the rivers have been spectacular and in a few cases even more than spectacular. I needed no excuse to return to one of my favourite strolls.
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