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School visits to lakes

This programme is inspired by our local's love of the lakes and how we want to get more people interested, learn more below...

Research has also shown children have a largely screen-based lifestyle, with just 21 per cent regularly playing outside.

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What is it?

This programme is inspired by our local's love of the lakes and how we want to get more people interested. Our internationally famous lakes draw in anglers from local communities and from around the world. We want to enhance their experience even more by refurbishing fishing lodges, jetties, craft and other equiptment at our Chew, Blagdon, Litton and Barrow sites.

Why we do it?

We want to show off our lakes, it's as simple as that! We're really proud that we're able to turn our reservoirs into characters and landmarks of the South West. And as 90% of the people who work here are locals, it means we can all enjoy them too.

Public value commitments

Education on the value of water and link to wider sustainability issues

Mentoring and employment for less privileged young people

Reduced public consumption of resources through partnership

Research and innovation related to water use and societal wellbeing

Protecting & enhancing our natural environment

Additional support to customers most in need

Reduced consumption of single use plastic

Improved physical and mental wellbeing

Shaping policy and regional strategy in relation to water use

Reducing the social and environmental impact of our roadworks

Our partners

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