Saturday, 6th July 2013
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A limestone otter by Fiona Bowley marks the junction with the sculpture
Mosaic waymarker by Paul Smith - each side having a different focus.
Didn't find out what this one represents
As the Crow Flies by David Wood illustrates the four compass points
More seats - for small people
Two heads by Thompson Dagnall. Dependant on your view point you will
Not sure which this one was - just by the Waddington Road entrance
A group of youngsters have fun on the river . . .
and will probably be based at Waddow Hall . . .
which is reflected in the river
Mother and foal . . .
with an itch . . .
poses for the camera
For future reference - there is a large car park . . .
beside Eadsford Bridge . . .
and a large seating area overlooking the river
Bashall Hall - the hall itself cannot be seen behind this building
This lamb only looks a few days old . . .
whereas most are this size now
Ready and waiting . . .
I expect these hay bales will be collected soon
St Helen's Church dates from about 1500 . . .
but only the tower remains from that time
The nave and chancel were rebuilt in 1898 - 1901
The octagonal sandstone font dates from the 16th century
Coronation Gardens Waddington . . .
constructed to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's coronation in 1953.
The village, named after the Saxon leader Wada . . .
has earned the title of "Best kept Village" in Lancashire on many occasions.
The Alms Houses, originally Waddington Hospital, provides sheltered accommodation for elderly ladies
Heath spotted orchid?
Approaching Bradford Bridge . . .
for the end of the walk