The area of Ravenshore has long been a favourite with walkers of all ages.

Helmshore Memorial Park was opened in 1922 to commemorate the local servicemen who died during World War 1

The opening of the War Memorial in Helmshore Park 1922.
The Memorial Park as it once was .
The memorial clocktower.

The park was built on the site of a mill lodge,the water tunnels still exist today leading past the clock tower and into the river.A few years ago ‘Chewie’ an urban explorer entered the tunnels to take photographs of the construction,though somewhat spider infested the tunnels condition was a credit to the builders.

Cottage over 100 years ago,then more recently before the new path laying.
Ravenshore from a postcard dated 1906
Ravenshore scene postcard. (Peter Fisher)