January 6th -- Bollington, Cheshire
Whoops! You can't get a 12 ft coach under an 11 ft bridge So we had to relocate our A and B starting point to Bollington Cross a mile and a half West of Bollington

Despite coach problem another good day's walking. Misty, especially higher up. No significant rain.
The A and B walks headed back into Bollington together, where the A headed south along the Macclesfield Canal, while the B group.. ..climbed up through the woods
onto the ridge and up to the "White Nancy" Waterloo memorial
Following the "Saddle of Kerridge" ridge path
Mist instead of views
on all sides.
Teggs Nose cafe
The ancient art of reading a paper map
Old quarry machinery The viewpoint (!)
The A walkers again
Teggsnose reservoir
Rainow emerging from the mist The river Dean

The C walkers were dropped off in Adlington and walked South through Whiteley Green to Kerridge End, then back over Kerridge Hill and White Nancy to Bollington
Educational display
focusing immediately on the essentials!
DeHavilland Vampire?
Kerridge Hill White Nancy
David loses the plot!

And finally...
at the very welcoming Cock and Pheasant

Photos by Dawn Collins, Bob Jackson, John Hodgson, Lindsey Page and David Whitehurst