|Walk:||Chingle Hall, New Chingle Hall, Haighton Green Lane, Well, Fernyhalgh Bridge, Haighton House, Londonderry Bridge, Dingle Wood, Haighton Green Lane, Whittingham Hall|
|Start Point:||The Stag's Head, Goosnargh||Grid Reference:||SD 561 364|
|Comments:||Fields and tracks. Fair number of stiles slowed the party of 27 walkers, especially on the return.
Suitable break at the interesting Ladywell Grotto and Retreat centre. Attractive walk through the woodlands of the estate of Haighton House. On the outward walk Chingle Hall, with the remnants of a moat, is an interesting landmark.
Chingle Hall - reputed to be haunted
In the parish of Haighton
The notice advises that this is an electric fence - a member was shocked to find that it was live
Using one of the Whittingham Walks
Taking a break at a shrine in Fernyhalgh
Entering the grounds of Haighton Hall
What is this young lady up to -------
she's keeping these chaps at bay
A ploughed field plus rain equalls the first muddy boots for months
A jungle adventure