Summit of Alwhat. Alwhat (628m) at the head of the Afton Water.
Cofton Common. After many miles Birmingham gives way to open country, in this case a 200m high bit of poor quality farmland, accessed by a very thorny path. Instead of the sleeping beauty I found, enc…
|Title||Wetley Moor. Trigpoint on the edge of a substantial heather moorland remnant. Near Stoke on Trent, the Pennine grits are making their presence felt with characteristic low fertility.|
|Photo's author||Richard Webb User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||29 Dec 2003 00:00:00|
|Original size||480 x 640|
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Wetley Moor. Trigpoint on the edge of a substantial heather moorland remnant. Near Stoke on Trent, the Pennine grits are making their presence felt with characteristic low fertility.
Wetley Moor An SSSI of low (273m) moorland just starting to turn purple with heather and willow herb.
Wetley Moor Entrance. One of the many access points to Wetley Moor off Brookhouse Lane. The moor is common land and is an area of Special Scientific Interest.
Windmill, Werrington Standing on the highest point of the village of Werrington is the Old Windmill. It is said to date from 1730. The last miller was Mark Greatbatch who is listed in White's Gazettee…
St. Philip's Church, Werrington Corner of Ash bank Road and Salters Lane
Methodist Church, Werrington Methodist Church, Ash Bank, Werrington, Staffordshire Moorlands
Cottages at Salters Lane, Werrington Ash Estate cottages on the corner of Ashbank road and Salters Lane In 1854 Job Meigh (a famous potter) built a pair of labourers cottages at the corner of Salters …
Werrington Methodist Church