||Towneley Hall, Coke Ovens,
Crown Point, Clowbridge Reservoir, Singing Ringing Tree, Cliviger
||Towneley Hall car park
||SD 851 306
||Overcast with a chilly breeze
and intermittent sunshine.
||Joseph and I left Towneley Hall car park to
walk the Wayside Arts trail, taking in Clowbridge Reservoir and
Burnley's Panoptican The Singing Tree. A number of sculptures punctuate
the route which follows part of the Burnley Way. Most of the tracks were
on good firm ground or on grass but the route was a little difficult to
follow in a couple of places due to bushes blocking out the path. To
complete the walk a stop was made at the cafe near Towneley Hall for
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Joseph at one of the coke ovens - a decorated replica of a brick kiln by artist
Summer - one of the four sculptures representing the four seasons
Clowbridge Reservoir . . .
and from higher up
Gorse in full bloom
A sculpture at the entrance to . . .
the Singing Ringing Tree . . .
with Joseph . . .
Hawthorn Tree with gnarled roots
Entrance to a back garden in Cliviger
War memorial . . .
at Towneley Hall . . .
and the main entrance
Time to indulge!
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