Woodwell Spring

Woodwell is now a part of the circular walk around Silverdale, Lancashire. It is surrounded by fields, woodland and a cliff side with numerous pathways and walks leading off into different directions.

This area is known to have numerous springs and wells, at the limestone cliff side here water drips down into a trough, that trickles down a stream and into the pond.

This is very much a piece of nature gone back in time that’s still preserved today. This was one of the first sources of water for the village, the trough was used to collect water and the pond was used for the animals.

Blessed Be )O(

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