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Monday, 26 January 2009

Mossley on Monday: Mossley Park

Some brand new gates have appeared at the entrance to Mossley Park on Old Brow this last week. They are painted in the green and gold of the civic colour scheme for Mossley (i.e. the lamp posts, litter bins, bollards, etc. are all in these colours).

The hillside location of the park offers stunning views across the valley towards the moors. However, the children who enjoy the extensive play area (when the weather is warmer) probably don't spend a lot of time admiring the view!

The photo in last week's "Sunday Stroll" was taken from a spot directly behind the gold spike above the letter "M" on the gate. It was looking towards Noonsun Hill, which is on the left of today's photo. Buckton Castle is on the hill top above the letter "Y".

See Google Aerial View of this location.


  1. The gates look good - some care has obviously gone into their design and making. Lovely park.

  2. those walls look ancient. beautiful


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