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Into Lancashire: Walking to Leeds, Section 3

After a month’s gap due to bad weather, colds and sea Kayaking (not me) our walking along the Leeds Liverpool Canal continues on a beautifully sunny and warm spring day, the Saturday before the clocks go forward.

We’ve both missed this time together and are glad to be back where we left off.

Here at Downholland Cross, by the Scarisbrick Arms.

Both fortified by some hand made Welsh fudge from our friend Jayne.

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Waterloo: Such a special place


Waterloo01Most people come to Waterloo for one principal reason. To see artist Antony Gormley’s ‘Another Place’ the two miles of iron men figures staring out to sea from here.

For the last few months though, I’ve been working with a group of people in Waterloo to build on the success of ‘Another Place’ and start showing people there are many reasons to stay a lot longer in Waterloo than the time it takes to look at the art.

We’ve made some films together which will soon be used as part of marketing the town to potential visitors. And you can see one of them at the end of this post.

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