A personal blog by Ackworth born Gerald England who married a Lancashire lass, went West and now lives in Cheshire.
Much better as a kite flying site than a reuse tip.
Have to agree with RuneE -- kite flying is much better usage!Have a great day!Sylvia
I'd also rather see it used for kite-flying! Looks like a good open place to run and play.
Times are improving for that piece of property! Kite flying? Will be seeing kites for next week's ABC Wednesday?
Ah, I was going to make the K is for Kite reference. I have Beatlesque songs running thru my head, Paul's Jet and Beatles' Mr. Kite.
A great green field for kite flying.
What a gorgeous spot for kite flying or whatever else floats one's boat. Beautiful!!
always good to see outdoor activity!
Denton, is this where Inspector Frost works?Great contribution Gerald. Thanks so much.Dx
What an interesting name that field has! Do you know its origin? Did they mine jet there?
It must be so good to walk along this field - I'd love to see a kite flying there! Beautiful photo.Kisses from Nydia.
Much more attractive now than at other times in its history - a lovely place to stretch your legs and breathe some fresh air.
My husband and I fly kites....This looks to be a great place to do so.Sherry
So interesting--I just came from your other blog! Now this is the kind of "progress" I like:) Looks like a wonderful place for flying kites.
Such a pretty view of the field leading into it from the path.You had me working today - didn't know the word 'tip' and I like the Jet-Amber.I for one think dumps are great - we've gotta have them. But reclaiming the land is even better. Our Botanical Gardens are on a 50's/60's tip. Around here, after they are reclaimed, it's nice to see some land where developers cannot build.
We do kite flying on the beach or riverside park with concrete pavement. I imagine that kite flying can be massy in the field.
I too agree that this open place would be much better as a kite flying site or a place to run and play.