Sunday, 22nd January 2012

Walk: Towneley Hall, Clowbridge Reservoir, the Panopticon known as the Singing, Ringing Tree, and Walk Mill
Start Point: Towneley Hall long stay car park Grid Reference: SD 858 313
Distance: 8.5 miles Ascent: 1,400 feet
Time: 4.5 hours    
Weather: Fine weather but extremely windy
Comments: The walk took in stretches of the Burnley Way, going by Clowbridge Reservoir, the Panoptican known as The Singing, Ringing Tree and Walk Mill.

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Our intrepid leader


We first head to Towneley Hall


Children's art work on an old kiln




Autumn sculpture at Wholaw Nook


Dunnockshaw Community Woodland


Clowbridge Reservoir and Nutshaw Hill


A restored cross on Rossendale Way was our lunch stop


Our route over Red Moss


Stormy sky over White Hill


It was a singing, ringing and vibrating tree


Play us a tune


A dodgy stile by the Bacup Road

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