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Westgate Fields in Louth

Westgate Fields

One of the new signs at Westgate Fields

The river Lud breaking its banks
Westgate Fields  

sledging weather  

sledging weather  

Westgate Fields in snow  

Westgate Fields are next to Hubbards Hills, and they make an attractive spot for walking. They slope gradually, and when it snows they are one of the best places in the Louth area for enjoying some sledging.

Signposts are available, as well as benches and paved areas.

In the photograph on the bottom left, the river is breaking its banks after heavy rain in 2007.

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