Wednesday, 29th June 2016

Walk: Chipping Cricket Ground, Lingey Hill, Fish House Lane, Clark House and Chipping Village
Start Point: Chipping Main Car Park Grid Reference: SD 623 432
Distance: 3 miles Ascent: 300 feet
Time: 1.5 hours
Weather: Wet, wet, wet
Comments:

On a miserable wet day it was Captain Pug-washes opportunity to show what a good leader he is.  He may have wished however, due to the forecast of all day rain, that no-one would appear.  To his surprise a dozen intrepid ramblers appeared at the start point and in order not to disappoint his apostles he braved the rain and led a shortened walk.  Being a cricketing man he first showed the group where Chipping Cricket Ground was before taking them on a gentle incline towards Parlick Pike via Lingey Hill and Fish House Lane.  Here, the weather worsened and so it was decided to take a direct route along a “Quiet Lane” back to Chipping.  Although the weather was miserable people had a smile on their face.  Normally there are pleasant views of the lovely Lancashire countryside but unfortunately the lovely Lancashire rain blotted out the views.

Walking towards Parlick Pike which is hidden by the rain

Having a brolley good day

Taking the easy route back to Chipping -------

----- led by Captain Pugwash

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