Eating and Parking

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Paddle Boarding

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Managing recreation and wildlife at our lakes

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What birds will you see at our Lakes

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How we manage our fisheries

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Managing a Site of Special Scientific Interest

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Conservation at our Lakes

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Free Water Saving Devices

Here at Bristol Water we are always trying to encourage our customers to drink more water and waste less of it. Only 4% of the … Continue reading Free Water Saving Devices

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Keeping you safe at the lakes

We want everyone to enjoy visiting the Lakes and most importantly we want you to stay safe. Swimming in reservoirs is dangerous. These are operational … Continue reading Keeping you safe at the lakes

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Fishing

For over 100 years our lakes have given anglers the opportunity to enjoy fly fishing close to nature in peaceful surroundings. We strive to make … Continue reading Fishing

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Investigations

Invasive Species Investigation Bristol Water has committed to deliver an invasive non-native species (INNS) investigation as part of the National Environment Programme. This is driven … Continue reading Investigations

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Sailing

Sailing is an environmentally friendly sport that offers an enjoyable connection with nature. Bristol Water are pleased to support access to the sport of sailing … Continue reading Sailing

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Water Resources

Over the next 25 years, our area will face increasing pressures due to growth and climate change. These include: Population to increase by 20% Number … Continue reading Water Resources

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Birdwatching

Over 270 species of birds have been recorded at Chew, and the lake is the third most important site in Britain for wintering wildfowl. It … Continue reading Birdwatching

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Nature Trails

There are two trails to enjoy at Chew Valley Lake. The Grebe trail is a hard surfaced, all weather path suitable for pedestrians, pushchairs and … Continue reading Nature Trails

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Days out at the Lakes

Chew Valley Lake For visitors and users of the lake, Chew is so much more than just a drinking water supply. Chew Valley offers various … Continue reading Days out at the Lakes

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Spring bird watching

At this time of year many birds are getting ready to breed, it is a great time to see some of our favorite native species. … Continue reading Spring bird watching

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Trout Fishing starts

The 2016 fly fishing season is underway! Season ticket holders enjoyed their own special advance opening day at Blagdon on Tuesday.  What a treat it … Continue reading Trout Fishing starts

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Policies

Biodiversity Action Plans Lake Plan Chew Valley Lake Chew plan Blagdon Lake Blagdon plan Cheddar Reservoir Cheddar plan You will also find plans for Water … Continue reading Policies

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Water Efficiency

Getting water seems simple in the UK, turn on the tap and there it is. We often forget just how precious water is. To keep … Continue reading Water Efficiency

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Catchment Management

Metaldehyde action project “Catchment area” is a term which describes the area around a water source, where rainfall naturally collects and feeds into the source.  … Continue reading Catchment Management

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Biodiversity & Sustainability

Biodiversity Index We always aim to be environmentally sustainable, and a measure of our success on this is to improve biodiversity. Our work inevitably has … Continue reading Biodiversity & Sustainability

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One Tree Per Child

Children from a south Bristol primary school will be learning about nature and the environment at a special tree planting event at Blagdon Lake. As … Continue reading One Tree Per Child

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