|Walk:||Coke Ovens, Crown Point, Clowbridge Reservoir, Singing Ringing Tree, Cliviger|
|Start Point:||Towneley Hall car park||Grid Reference:||SD 851 306|
|Distance:||8 miles||Ascent:||1,340 feet|
|Weather:||Sunny and mild|
|Comments:||A pleasant walk starting out along the Wayside Arts Trail and visiting Burnley's Panoptican. The cafe at the end of the walk was too good to resist before returning to the car.|
Coke oven - a decorated replica of a brick kiln by artist Julie Miles
Autumn - one of four sculptures representing the four seasons at Wholaw Nook
A couple of butterflies . . .
settle together - probably male orange tips
Children's contribution as we approach . . .
the Singing Ringing Tree, the Panoptican chosen for Burnley . . .
as part of the project to erect a series of 21st century landmarks across East Lancashire . . .
with the aim to involve local people in enhancing their own surroundings
Mum and young baby . . .
with its twin nearby . . .
taking advantage of the large rut for shelter
Decorative back gate in Cliviger . . .
and a few gardens away - time for forty winks
Approaching Towneley Hall . . .
where the woodland has some interesting features . . .
and a war memorial
What a display!