Category Archives: Moorland Views

Living in Lancashire we are surrounded by beautiful Open Heather Moorlands of the Pennines, Oswaldtwistle Moors, Haslingden Moors, Saddleworth Moor and the Rossendale Valleys.

The open moors are a colour pallet that changes with the seasons with big sky’s as far as the eye can see.

Owd Betts Place

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Historical “Owd Betts” is a very interesting  local old Public House on Ashworth Moor in Lancashire. Old Betty died at the age of 93 and the pub’s name was later changed to “Owd Betts” in the 1950’s.

This photograph is taken at the best time of year to visit when the bracken and the moorland is in full autumn colour. After a bracing walk around the moor a visit for a spot of lunch is always most welcome (with a chair by the fire).


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