|Our Scout Section have been making the most of the good weather.
Last week they learnt how to “panass” chicken and trout over an open fire using the method devised by native American Indians.
This week 20 Scouts spent their Section evening walking to the foot of Cowpe Lowe. They climbed up following the old mineral tramways leading to the Scrubbing Mill and Quarry workings.
Rossendale has a rich, and often hidden history, so it is worth searching out the numerous local walks and keeping an eye out for our heritage.
The first half of the walk was a straight climb not made easier by the warm weather and hordes of flies. They met several foals along the way.
Arriving at the top everyone appreciated the views whilst catching their breathes and being refreshed with water before the descent via Higher Lench and the eagerly awaited chip supper being prepared for their return.
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