Spring Bank Holiday 2021 three day walk Witton Weavers Way

Join us on Saturday 29th Sunday 30th and Monday 31st May to complete this local heritage walk.

The Way is a network of four circular routes (named the Beamers, Reelers, Tacklers and Warpers Trails, respectively 6, 8, 9 and 9 miles), linked together with further sections of trail to form a large loop to the west of Blackburn and Darwen. The route takes in Abbey Village, Darwen Moor and Jumbles Reservoir on the northern outskirts of Bolton. There is a link into Darwen itself.

We will walk over three days at 10-12 miles each day- grading is moderate to strenuous Some good paths and fields, may be muddy if it has rained.

Leaders- Dawn Taylor & Brian Wohlters

Meeting at Plantation Street, Accrington daily to set off at 9 am prompt-
Day 1 Park at Witton (Pleasington cem car park ) grid ref  650266 What 3
words swim. audio. headed. walk 10. mile to SD  666192
Day 2 Park at grid ref 666192 (off Belmont road) what 3 words pipeline.
thumps. squabbles. Nearest  postcode BL7 6BG
11 mile walk to Entwistle 728176 what 3 words questions. gullible aside
Nearest post code BL7 OLP
Day 3 walk from Entwistle back to start at   Witton 12 miles


Regards Brian
Tele 01254 871 851
Mob 0751 44 33 800
 
 
A chance to explore Lancashire's history, you will pass weavers cottages, Tudor halls, Victorian estates, historic villages and Roman Roads. Views from the West Pennine Moors and Jubilee Tower Darwen can be enjoyed.
 
Dawn Taylor Walks co-ordinator

Contact Brian 07514433800 or Dawn 07756470336 for more information