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May Walk - Adlington

After a week of wet, cold and windy weather Saturday dawned sunny and warm  and a samll select group of eight set off from the Legh Arms car park on a circular walk around Adlington, Cheshire. A short walk through the village took us out out into open countryside and soon we were treated  to a fine display of bluebells in an area of woodland adjacent to the path. The walk took us across fields, where the going could only be described as 'soft', but was made without too many problems although we did have to navigate by map to find our next way point, the village of Whitely Green. Here we met the road to take us down to the Macclesfield canal which we joined at bridge '25' . The next part of the walk was along the towpath towards Higher Poynton but not before we had stopped for a coffee break by the waterside. After passing under one of the bridges we spotted a heron on the path who was obviously used to visitors posing quite happily for photographs before continuing