Where does the water go? Find out this Sunday!

Chasewater’s dam is a remarkable, and often overlooked piece of Georgian engineering. Image kindly supplied by Pete Hummings.

An interesting history walk is taking place this Sunday, 26th March 2017 at Chasewater, entitled ‘Where does the water go?’ which takes a look at how the dam infrastructure functions, and some of the industrial history of Anglesey Basin and surrounds.

Sunday 26th March 2017
Where does the water go?

Join the Rangers for a stroll along the Dam and learn about toes, spillways and valves. Look inside the odd shaped buildings, manholes and drains, and find out where the water goes, how the Reservoir works, and learn about Chasewater’s Industrial past.

Walk is approx. 1½ miles, meet at The Innovation Centre at 9.30am.

please pre book on 01543 370737
£2.50 per adult, children free.

The walk takes place from 9:30am – meet at the Innovation Centre. You are requested to pre-book by calling 01543 370737.

This looks like a fascinating event – if anyone attends, I’d love to hear what you learned. Comment here please or mail me – BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com.

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