Wednesday, 18th March 2015

Walk: Eaves House Farm, West Bradford, Waddow Hall, Twitter Lane, Wetters Bridge, Lower New House and Waddington
Start Point: Waddington Arms Grid Reference: SD 728 439
Distance: 5.5 miles Ascent: 500 feet
Time: 3 hours
Weather: Sunny and pleasantly warm
Comments: The walk was via field paths, tracks and lanes.  It was a pleasant and easy walk that included a visit to the village of West Bradford, and a Sculpture Trail on part of the Ribble Way. After a pleasant break on the bank of the River Ribble the group returned to Waddington via Waddow Hall (Which is used by Girl Guides).  A good walk and good food.

Part of an Alms House complex at Waddington

Those people, my little lamb, are Ramblers

Two of Clitheroe's landmarks trying to hide in the mist

The group traverse a ditch

The entance to Eaves Hall

A slippery flight of steps

These daffodils are not beside a lake nor are they in the Lakedistrict

Copper Ducks alongside a footpath at West Bradford

The River Ribble at Clitheroe - on its way to the Irish Sea via Preston

A riverside refreshment break

Various figures ---

on the ----

Ribble Way

Seen on route to Waddington

Aka Internet Way

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