Saturday, 13th April 2013
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Ruins of Errwood Hall . . .
with a Coat of Arms at the entrance
and surrounded by woodland
The notes say this is a 'boggy section' but it looks more like a stream to me!
The Spanish Chapel . . .
built in memory of a governess . . .
by the Grimshawes
A couple of the many cyclists we saw . . .
but this group are enjoying a break
Pym Chair is marked by an information board but not much else
A cross wall provides shelter from the wind for our morning break
Shining Tor trig point . . .
with views across the Cat & Fiddle Road . . .
from the rocky escarpment . . .
but the wind prevents us from getting too near to the edge
A short detour brings us to . . .
The Cat & Fiddle Inn . . .
with a stone carving . . .
and a more modern sign
I don't think these motor cyclists want to be recognised
Returning to Errwood Reservoir . . .
on a pleasant green path . . .
to find some canoeists enjoying time on the water