A quick mention of the giant redwood tree in Arthur’s Wood near Quarry Bank

An extract of a report from the Rossendale Ramblers – This week, three walks took place with varying weather conditions. On Wednesday, a group of eight ramblers embarked on an 11-mile walk starting from Quarry Bank Mill in Styal. The route included a visit to Manchester Airport, where they enjoyed lunch while observing the planes. Notable highlights of the walk included an oxbow bend along the River Bollin and the sighting of a giant redwood tree in Arthur’s Wood near Quarry Bank.

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