Autumn in Rivington
In spite of the frequent rainy days at this time of year, and some days it has been torrential, Rivington still wears its autumnal coat. So on the all too rare dry days I’ve taken my camera out with me when we’ve had our daily stroll around the paths and woodlands of Rivington. Here are some of the pictures I’ve taken this past month to give you a flavour of how colourful it can look.
Roynton Road, built for the late Lord Leverhulme to take him up to his home overlooking Rivington.
A short path connecting Roynton Road with the path leading to Rivington Hall.
One of several paths coming down from the Terraced Gardens and heading towards Rivington Hall.
As you walk the path from Rivington High School to Rivington Hall you will go past this magnificent tree, possibly the oldest one in Rivington.
Close by Rivington High School, the path from Rivington Hall meets Roynton Road.