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Haskayne to Melling  –  25th January 2018

Today’s walk began with a No. 300 bus ride to Haskayne where we joined the canal to make our way South towards our destination for this leg in Melling. Showers were forecast, but we started off in sunshine. We were serenaded by a frog band on the early part of the walk and we passed the canalside Snaffles Cafe too soon for a tea break. Pity – it has rave reviews. We passed through Continue reading

Canal Walk 26th October seats available

Due to holidays we have seats available on the mini bus on Thursday 26th October .  This month we are walking  from Greenberfield Lock to Gargrave, its largely downhill with some lovely views.  It is a 7 mile walk.  If you would like to join us please  ring 07900525222 today .  We will also have seats available on our November walk on 23rd November when we will walk from Gargrave  to Skipton, ring the above number to secure place.


September: Barnoldswick to Barrowford

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Leeds Liverpool Canal , Greenberfield Lock to Barrowford

Thursday 28th September was another lovely lovely day walking along the Leeds Liverpool Canal.  After an hour or so travelling in the mini bus to Thornton in Craven on the edge of Yorkshire we alighted at Greenberfield Lock by bridge 157 at the beginning of the “summit” level of the canal at 498ft above sea level.

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Places on Canal Walk 28th September

Due to holidays we have 4 places on the canal walk this Thursday (28th September).  The walk is between the Pendle Heritage Centre and Greenberfield Lock Bridge.  Bridge numbers 143 and 157.  The walk will be on the flat and approx 7 miles.  We go by mini bus which drops us off at the start and picks us up at the end.  The cost is £15. If you are interested in joining us please contact Brenda McKenzie on 531 0207 or 07900525222 or at the Group Support Table tomorrow 26th September.


Canal walking group – August

Burnley to Barrowford Locks, 24th August 2017

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We had a mild panic today with sixteen walkers in the car park but no minibus! A quick phone call from David calmed the nerves – the driver was on his way. Rain on the M6 dampened the spirits a bit, but it didn’t last and we arrived at our starting point at the “Weavers’ Triangle” with dry but cloudy weather.

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Canal walking group – July

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There were sixteen walkers on the July leg on 27th. Here’s David’s resume:

Leeds Liverpool Canal Clayton Le Moors to Burnley July 2017

Our 3.5 hour walk on the meandering canal was one of dramatic landscape and weather changes. As we left the outskirts of Clayton le Moors we were in farmland with long distance views of Pendle Hill to the north and moorlands to the south. Soon we came to a lovely wooded narrow valley as the canal turned sharply northward. Beside the usual canal barges the far canal bank was home to two bright orange enclosed lifeboats normally seen on ocean going craft and a narrowboat in a floating “dry dock”.

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