River Dunsop and Black Brook Circular

Description / Terrain
Dunsop Bridge is the gateway to the Trough of Bowland and derives its name from the hump back bridge over the River Dunsop. It is calculated to be the nearest village to the centre of the British Isles. To mark this achievement there is a unique telephone box sited on the village green. A farming community at heart, most of the properties in and around the village are owned by two major landowners; the Duchy of Lancaster and United Utilities. In addition, the Forestry Commission manages large forestry plantations in Bowland....
Village info
Starting point
Dunsop Bridge
Nearest bus stop
Dunslop Bridge Post Office
0-3 miles