Down by the river in Clitheroe.

This morning Hugo and I headed down to the river Ribble on one of our usual walks. I thought I would share some photos on here.

A glance back at the castle.
Weir.
Waddow Hall, which is used as a base for Girl Guiding UK.
River Ribble.

We walked to Brungerley park where there is a Sculpture Trail , which I blogged about previously.

I never noticed this bench in Brungerley Park before with its snake arms.
Three fish sculpture.
Heading through Brungerley park.
See the swan.
Bush vetch.
Otter sculpture.
Someone’s name perhaps?
Hunched heron.
Here’s my close up.
Watching for wildlife. πŸ™‚
Watery poem.
Brungerley bridge view.
Female Black cap.
Banded Demoiselle.
Sunbathing.

Loving the sunshine at the moment. ❀️

28 thoughts on “Down by the river in Clitheroe.”

  1. A Banded Demoiselle and a blackcap in one walk? You were spoiled! Lovely walk. I do enjoy a sculpture trail.

  2. It’s been a glorious day today. I’ll get to see that sculptue trail one day. Went out today myselfand could see Pendle Hill in the distance. Looked at it longingly, but probably a little too far for the time being

  3. What a lovely place to walk & I gather it is near the River Ribble. Love the colour of the damselflies. Thanks for sharing, take care, stay safe & huggles.

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