White Coppice

Is in the parish of Anglezarke and is a hamlet set in idyllic surroundings


Is a parish in the Borough of Chorley. It’s in an area of outstanding beauty. It has reservoirs, woods and moors.


Is a village in the Borough of Chorley. It’s three miles south east of Chorley and has WInter Hill, Rivington Pike and Leverhulmes gardens within its boundary
3/2/18 - A new 7 page feature, a true story about the Real Railway Children of Feniscowles has been added to the Chorley - Blackburn railway section. Click here to read it
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White Coppice, Anglezarke & Rivington


...to everything you need to know about this

beautiful area

Latest News …updated 7/2/20. High Bullough Reservoir, the

smallest and most well hidden of the “Rivington Group” of

reservoirs has been drained. It’s worth having a look - but if you

can’t then take a look at my photo’s here

Photo of the month has also been changed 23/1/20 An old photo of White Coppice dating to the 1890s added to the White Coppice page - click link far right 4/1/20 - added photo’s from my last walk of 2019 and changed the Photo of the Month - one of Brinscall Lodge. Also added two photo’s to The Tree in the Healey Nab section After years of neglect I have begun to add to, and update the site. I have now added all my 2018 and 2019 walks. Click here to have a look at them. 10/5/18 Two photos added to the “Who is Joyce” page
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