Wednesday, 4th May 2011

   

            

 

Walk: Anderton, Horrobin Lane, The Street, Anglezarke Reservoir, Abyssinia, Limbrick, Hall o' th' Hill
Start Point: Bay Horse Pub, Heath Charnock Grid Reference: SD 611 145
Distance: 5.9 miles Ascent: 570 feet
Time: 2.75 hours    
Weather: Dry and sunny
Comments: The last week had seen major fires on the Anglezarke Moors. As the programmed walk was in that direction, it was changed to a walk keeping west of the Anglezarke and Rivington Reservoirs. Plenty of bluebells, May blossom and other spring flowers.

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Perpendiculars - Anglezarke

 

May Flowers

 

A precipitous slope

 

Refreshments with a view of Anglezarke

 

A lone Hawthorn tree

 

John takes the high road - others take the low road

 

Hawthorn in bloom at Anglezarke

 

A dead tree but the holly lives on

 

A bank of bluebells

 

The stragglers

 

Not fiddler on the roof - but hoof on the roof

 

Crossing Chorley Golf Course

 

Returning to the Bay Horse at Anderton

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