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Derwent Dam

Derwent Dam

Lakes & Reservoirs

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Number of results: 10

  1. Add Ogston Reservoir to your Itinerary

    Ogston Reservoir


    Ogston Reservoir is situated in beautiful Derbyshire countryside between the low-lying hills of the Amber Valley near the villages of Brackenfield, Ashover and Clay Cross. It is home to many birds and one of Britian's largest bird clubs.

  2. Fernilee Reservoir

    Add Fernilee Reservoir to your Itinerary

    Fernilee Reservoir

    Fernilee Reservoir is located in the Peak District National Park, within the county of Derbyshire and very close to the boundary with Cheshire. The reservoir was the first of two reservoirs built in the Goyt Valley.

  3. Add Linacre Reservoirs to your Itinerary

    Linacre Reservoirs


    There are 3 reservoirs at Linacre, built between 1855 & 1904 and, between them, they hold more than 240 million gallons of water. They are surrounded by bluebell woodland & the site is open for walking & cycling.

    Parking fees apply.

  4. Add Upper Derwent Valley to your Itinerary

    Upper Derwent Valley


    The Upper Derwent Valley lies mostly in Derbyshire with the NE region lying in Sheffield. In 1899 the Derwent Valley Water Board was set up to supply water to four cities and two Gothic style dams were built across the River Derwent

  5. Add Staunton Harold Reservoir to your Itinerary

    Staunton Harold Reservoir


    Originally named Staunton after the local name for limestone, and Harold after the 12th century lord of the manor. The reservoir was developed from one of six ponds on the nearby National Trust Calke Abbey Estate.

  6. Add Hales Hall Pool to your Itinerary

    Hales Hall Pool


    The site comprises of an easy level and broad path surrounding a man-made body of water dating back to 1846. The designed landscape of the site suggests a connection with Hales Hall built in 1722.

  7. Add Carsington Water to your Itinerary

    Carsington Water


    Carsington Water has everything you need for a great day out - and best of all most facilities are free! On site shops cater for everybody, these include our new outdoor clothes shop 'Water Rail'. The Gallery Cafe & Main Sail Restaurant.

  8. Add Foremark Reservoir to your Itinerary

    Foremark Reservoir


    A beautiful sight in The National Forest with areas of woodland, grassland, heath and wetland, for you to explore along waymarked footpaths.

  9. Add Ladybower Reservoir to your Itinerary

    Ladybower Reservoir

    Peak District

    The construction of Ladybower Dam caused considerable controversy because it involved the flooding of two villages; Ashopton and Derwent.
    Today visitors enjoy walking and cycling around the dams.

  10. The Trentham Estate

    Add The Trentham Estate to your Itinerary

    The Trentham Estate


    Peace and quiet, fun and action - there's something for everyone at The Trentham Estate. Spend quality time in the internationally renowned Trentham Gardens, Shopping Village, Monkey Forest and Aerial Extreme