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Following Bolton’s babbling brooks

Public Transport based walk suitable for new walkers, with Kate Atty.

7.6 mi

259m

18

7.6 mi

259m

Following Bolton’s babbling brooks

Public Transport based walk suitable for new walkers, with Kate Atty.

A pleasant meander along some of Bolton’s lesser trodden paths.

We’ll start from Bromley Cross station with a loop of the lovely Jumbles reservoir, after which we’ll follow Bradshaw Brook down to Longsight Park. From here, we’ll pass through Firwood Fold where we will find the oldest inhabited house in Bolton, once home to Samuel Crompton who invented the spinning jenny.

Then we’ll make a quick stop at Hall i’th’ Wood, a Grade 1 listed Tudor Manor House from the early 16th century which now houses a museum. We’ll then pick up Eagley Brook, following it to Eagley Mills to stop and have a drink at the Spread Eagle pub. From here, it is about a ten minute walk back to Bromley Cross station.

 

Meet & Travel arrangements - Public Transport

We’ll use public transport from Manchester to travel to and return from the walk start/end.
Itinerary is below - click station links for map and further information.

10:45: Meet at Manchester Victoria for the train at 11:03. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

Off Peak Day return £6.30

11:03: Train departs for the walk start at Bromley Cross Station.

11:30: Walk starts at Bromley Cross Station.

Return from Bromley Cross Station. 15.29, 16.30, 17.30, 18.28

Waypoints: Jumbles Reservoir, Bradshaw Brook, Longsight Park, Firwood Fold, Hall i’th’ Wood, Eagley Brook, Eagley Mills, Spead Eagle pub

18-3-2018 10:45 18-3-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London Following Bolton’s babbling brooks Bromley Cross Station MAD Walkers
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