The Cat and Fiddle Inn

Buxton Road, Macclesfield SK11 0AR, United Kingdom
The Cat and Fiddle Inn, Cheshire, EnglandThe Cat and Fiddle InnCheshire, England#localgem #TroveOn The Cat and Fiddle Inn is the second highest inn in England. Located in the Peak District National Park, it sits on the edge of...The Cat and Fiddle Inn, Cheshire, EnglandThe Cat and Fiddle InnCheshire, EnglandPopular with bikers. Good food and it's second highest Inn in Britain.The Cat and Fiddle Inn, Cheshire, EnglandThe Cat and Fiddle InnCheshire, EnglandSecond highest pub in EnglandErrwood Hall Car Park, Derbyshire, EnglandErrwood Hall Car ParkDerbyshire, EnglandA misty morning in the Goyt Valley. Time out with my dogs and cameras and a good stretch of the legs.Goyt Valley, High Peak, EnglandGoyt ValleyHigh Peak, EnglandYellow stagshorn fungus inside an old tree stump.Macclesfield Forest, EnglandMacclesfield ForestEnglandGoatsWood Lanes, EnglandWood LanesEnglandAutumn in the Goyt.Macclesfield Forest, EnglandMacclesfield ForestEnglandMy fav place to enjoy trees, they even look great stacked up.Macclesfield Forest, EnglandMacclesfield ForestEnglandForest ChapelRuin of Errwood Hall, Derbyshire, EnglandRuin of Errwood HallDerbyshire, EnglandRuins of a large country home in the Goyt Valley, Cheshire. Demolished in the 1930s to make way for a reservoir.Macclesfield Forest, EnglandMacclesfield ForestEnglandAlmost spring like winter walk in the woods!Wildboarclough, EnglandWildboarcloughEnglandWildboarclough May Queen Fete at Crag Hall before the start of the awesome fell race up Shuttlingsloe (background). See if you can spot British...Wildboarclough, EnglandWildboarcloughEnglandOn top of Shuttlingsloe looking east and west (Croker Hill in the distance)Wildboarclough, EnglandWildboarcloughEnglandUp and downA54, Cheshire, EnglandA54Cheshire, EnglandLooking south towards The Roaches and Flash from the A54 Buxton to Congleton road. #OnTheRoadThree Shire Heads, Derbyshire, EnglandThree Shire HeadsDerbyshire, EnglandThe point at which the three counties of Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire meet, reached on foot in about forty minutes from the A54 Buxton to...Three Shire Heads, Derbyshire, EnglandThree Shire HeadsDerbyshire, EnglandThree shires head is where the three counties of Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire come together. It is part of the Peak District national...Three Shire Heads, Derbyshire, EnglandThree Shire HeadsDerbyshire, EnglandThree Shire Heads (also known asThree Shires Head) is the point on Axe Edge Moor where Cheshire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire meet #perspectives...Flash, EnglandFlashEnglandThree Shires Head (where Cheshire, Staffordshire and Derbyshire meet). Area now known as Flash because coin counterfeiters worked here so they...Three Shire Heads, Derbyshire, EnglandThree Shire HeadsDerbyshire, EnglandBeautiful location with a few streams coming together firming quaint little waterfalls a must visit if you’re in the area!
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