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I’ve added quite a few pages to the ruins section – the latest being Stoops Farm https://www.anglezarke.net/ruins/stoops/
I’ve added two walks – one easy and one challenging. Perfect for this weekend! https://www.anglezarke.net/walks/
New – Brook House ruins were thought to have been lost to the reservoirs, but they continued as a dwelling for at least another 35 years… https://www.anglezarke.net/ruins/brook-house/
I’ve added a new farm, the ruins of Old Knowle Farm which you pass right by on the road from Rivington to Belmont (Sheep House Lane). It’s on the road side of the dry stone walls.
Following a productive trip to Chorley Library, I can now add a page for the ruins of Lee House, on the Anglezarke Woodland Trail. https://www.anglezarke.net/ruins/lee-house/
Just a small update today, a date stone image added to the article. I am not sure where on the property this resides, or indeed if it is still there, though I expect it is visible somewhere.
I’ve added a few bits after reading George Birtill’s “Heather In My Hat”, including notes about Simon De Knoll to the page on the ruins of Simms.
I’ve created a page for Higher House farm in the Ruins section. This is one that many people drive, walk or cycle past without realising just how close they pass by!
The old farm of Brown Hill has been added to the Ruins section. I’ll look to add some modern day photos shortly.
The page for the ruins of Old Rachel’s have been updated with more of the Evans family history added, thanks to some information gleaned from Ancestry.com
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