Inside the church is a large pendulum that hangs down from the wall. This clock was installed in 1850 and the ticking can be heard throughout the building.
The Witch of Woodplumpton is the legend of a woman named Meg Shelton, she was accused of witchcraft and in 1705 she was buried in this churchyard.
This massive stone is known as the “shelter stone,” it was once used by the quarry men to shelter behind when they were blasting. These days it’s used by rock climbers.
The Wyre estuary is where the mouth to the Irish sea meets the river Wyre.
Woodwell is now a part of the circular walk around Silverdale, Lancashire. It is surrounded by fields, woodland and a cliff side with numerous pathways and walks leading off into different directions.
Jack Scout is a circular trail around the coastal scene of Silverdale, Lancashire.
As the unsuspecting horsemen would help her mount the back of the horse, to which only then she would reveal her true self to the rider – a skeletal figure.
This is my walk along a short stretch of the Lancaster canal at Bilsborrow.
Greenhalgh castle was built in 1490 by Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby. He was an English nobleman and politician who helped defeat Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485.