The Pepper Pot

The Pepper Pot is an old Victorian monument that was built at the summit of Eaves wood.


Eaves wood is located in Silverdale and is known as the Victorian wood. The woods itself is incredible beautiful. There’s lots of paths hidden within this dense woodland, as well as there being some steep paths there are lots of limestone scars and cliffs.


The summit is known as Castlebarrow and there lies a circular stone tower which is now called the Pepper Pot but used to be called the Pepper Box.


This stone monument was constructed in 1887 by a local man to celebrate the golden jubilee of Queen Victoria.


The views from the top are pretty breathtaking. Overlooking the local town of Silverdale there are some clear views of up and down the coastline too.






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