Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Gawsworth Circular - Saturday 17th October 2014

On a fine autumn morning six of our members set off on a 7 mile circular walk from the village of Gawsworth in Cheshire. Passing the picturesque church and the old hall we were soon in open fields heading towards the Macclesfield Canal.  We than followed the canal down to Bosley before swinging west to the village of North Rode.  From here the route turned northwards across open fields and return to Gawsworth.

The walk concluded with a visit to the Harrington Arms for liquid refreshment.

Setting off from Gawsworth

Autumn colour

Swing bridge on Macclesfield Canal

Lunch stop at Bosley Lock

North Rode Manor fish pond

Highland cattle

Crossing field on route to Gawsworth

Gawsworth Hall Lake

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