To celebrate the best of the season, we’re inviting you to share your photos of autumn in Lowton and Golborne with us.
With the leaves turning some brilliant shades of red, yellow and orange, stunning sunrises and rainbows over the wet skies, there’s lots to enjoy!
If you’d like to join in our challenge, send our photo to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us who took it, and where.
Here are some of our favourites received so far:
Penny Millett – Sunset over Primula Drive, Lowton
Becky Hodgson – Golborne St Thomas Church: “A venue with a view”.
Ann Glennon – sunrise over her Golborne garden
Steven Lube – A stroll down the canal
Daniel Carty -Early Autumn at Highfield Farm, Lowton
Sophie Elizabeth – Sunrise over Keepers, Golborne
Julie Briscoe – Sunrise over Newton Road, Lowton
Gaynor Thilwind – Millingford Brook along Bridge Street, Golborne
Viktor Madarasz, views on a Sunday walk
Pat McGee – Sunset over Abbey Road, Lowton
Jennifer Blease-Williams – A walk by Haydock Racecourse
Penny Millett – autumn trees in her back garden in Primula Drive, Lowton
Nikki Parker- a walk down Keepers
Gill Irving – Walking the canal path between Dover lock and Leigh
Sarah Smith – Keepers Wood
Naomi Jessica – Sunrise on Newton Road, Lowton
Stephanie Palin – Morning light on the trees in her Newton Road garden
Kay Jones from Golborne – Autumn holiday to St Andrews, Scotland
Dale Summers – a ‘secret’ location near Pennington Flash
Angela Percival – autumn leaves at St Thomas’ Church, Golborne
Neil Darbyshire – Rainbow over new homes on Rothwells Farm, Golborne
@KindnessMel on Twitter – A walk down Keepers and the Three Sisters
Rainbow over Kenyon Hall Farm, Croft
Bbev Hall Palfreyman – view from her home office in Lowton
Andrew Bromelow – trees near Braithwaite Playground, Lowton
Michelle Amberry – taken in her Lowton back garden
Julie Briscoe – St Thomas’s Church, Golborne
Kirsty Lee McMillan – Pennington Flash
We will be adding new photos as we get them.
… So please keep checking back to see more lovely images of autumn in our towns.