Adrian Morris's Walks near home Posts

It was a warm, slightly misty late summer afternoon when I took my camera for a walk. I was quite pleased with the photographs I took although the flowers were…

It was a hot sunny afternoon so I went for a walk. This broom plant is usually found in gardens, but this one was growing in a hedge. Dandelions have now…

Gathurst, as can be deduced from the name, is an old settlement. The name is Old English and probably means “wood where goats are kept”. Hyrst = wood. These are…

"Top Lock", as the name suggests, stands at the top of a large flight of locks on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal to the north-west of Wigan. From there the canal…

It was a rare sunny day so I decided to walk through the woods to Crooke, which is a small village of 120 inhabitants near where I live. It was probably given…

There were once many coal mines where I live. They are now all closed and most of the sites have been turned into beautiful wildlife areas.
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