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Brungerley Bridge
Three span stone bridge over the River Ribble, leading out from Clitheroe to Waddington. Dates back to the early 1800's when it replaced an earlier timber bridge that had fallen into disrepair.

In 1464, during the Wars of the Roses, Henry VI was said to have been captured near here by Yorkists, after hiding out in Waddington Hall for a year.

SD739429
Ribble Valley - Lancashire (outside Bowland) - Lancashire - England
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12/02/2012
A (Road) Ramble around Clitheroe
931 ft. - 6.57 miles
Easy
Grey and overcast, slightly chilly but no wind or rain
Ali
Lancashire (outside Bowland)


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