12 photos that capture the true beauty of White Coppice
PUBLISHED: 00:00 24 September 2016
One of the prettiest locations in Lancashire and home to a quaint cricket ground.
White Coppice photography
Autumn Afternoon, White Coppice by David Wright
December sunrise at White Coppice by Bernard Noblett
Early Spring At White Coppice by Michael Hoyle
Great Hill sunrise by Bernard Noblett
White Coppice by Chris Newman
White Coppice Cricket Pitch by Nancy Barrett
White Coppice by John Lenehan
White Coppice by Terry Marsh
White Coppice by Michael Hoyle
White Coppice cricket pitch by Terry Marsh
White Coppice fishing lake by Michael Hoyle
Ford at White Coppice by Michael Hoyle
White Coppice lies on the other side of the M61 to Chorley and is a few miles north of Anglezarke reservoir and Rivington Pike.
The pretty little hamlet is famous for its cricket ground has been named one of the prettiest in the country and is the home of White Coppice cricket club which is over 140 years old.
In the 19th century White Coppice was a little less tranquil, the surrounding area was filled with rock quarries and blasting was a regular part of working life.
Thankfully these days the area is more suited to walkers, venturing out to higher ground to experience the fantastic views across the West Pennine Moors.
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