Clywedog Reservoir

Clywedog Reservoir
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Clywedog Reservoir

Date: Tuesday October 19, 2021 | By: peny
Our guests have been enjoying Outdoor Pursuits on our local Clywedog Reservoir. Brenin Adventures a local based company providing activities for all ages in local areas like the Llyn Clywedog, Hafren Forest, Trannon Gorge & River Severn. Offering the fastest growing water sport - paddle boarding it os perfect for families, holiday makers & individuals.  It certainly has been fun for all to get involved and enjoy what Mid Wales has to offer  The qualified instructors also run sailing, climbing, canoeing, kayaking, gorge walking as well as holiday activities for children including bush craft days.
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Lake Life
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Lake Life

Date: Tuesday July 27, 2021 | By: peny
This year we have had plenty of frog spawn and a bumper crop of tadpoles. We have already got plenty tiny frogs hopping off into the surrounding grass. As well as birds swooping onto the lake to take a drink or catch some flies and there has been so many dragonflies this year, mainly the emperor dragonfly with a bright blue abdomens. More work has been done around our smaller ponds too, with a new pond lining and boulders, plus a new wetland area to encourage more plant and wildlife.
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Our new sign
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Our new sign

Date: Monday December 28, 2020 | By: admin
We are delighted with our new sign this Autumn from Sign Workshop. The company based in Wales are specialists in the production of routed wooden signage and are very proud of their environmental credentials. Not only is wood the ultimate recyclable material, it also has other properties that raise it above the ordinary. All their timber comes from sustainable sources. The wood and sawdust that is left over from making signs is made into other products, firewood or compressed into briquettes.
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Abundance of flowers and nature
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Abundance of flowers and nature

Date: Friday November 20, 2020 | By: admin
Our newly sown wild meadow attracted a lot of visitors this summer from pollinators to locals coming just to take photographs. We have cut it back and raked the dead plants away (advice from Gardeners World) to give the seeds plenty of space to grow and develop for next year. Another fantastic feature is the sea of bluebells that we have on the park in late Spring surrounding the lodges, it is really breath taking.
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