Monthly Archives: June 2021

Natures Medicine Cupboard.

It’s almost the end of June and most of the wild flowers are in bloom. It was time for another stroll along the coast through the Hightown dunes and meadows to see what I could find. I was pleased to … Continue reading

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Cabin Hill Trail

My walk last week was once again a local one, venturing just a few miles up the coast. I started the walk from Formby Railway Station and after a short section of road walking I joined a path signposted Hightown. … Continue reading

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Down on the beach, an update.

Last week I wrote about how I had seen sand  being removed from around the base of one of the Iron Men. One of the 100 cast iron statues modelled on Antony Gormley that are spread along two miles of … Continue reading

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This week down the beach

Once again I have stayed local but it has been an interesting few days down on the beach. On Sunday as I walked along the beach I spotted a digger by one of the Iron Men and went over to … Continue reading

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The Burscough Loop

My walk last weekend started from Burscough and crossed some of the flattest land on the Lancashire Plains. It was based on the ‘Wetlands and Waterways Route’, a 14.5 mile hike but we decided to just do the Burscough Loop. … Continue reading

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