Dog walking is permitted on public footpaths within Bristol Water property boundaries. Dogs must be kept on leads at all times and please pick up after your dog. It is important that visitors understand public access isn’t openly available on Bristol Water property. For more information on public access please visit the main Bristol Water Company website.
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 is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a Special Protection Area (SPA). From late July to February up to 4,000 ducks, of twelve different species, may be present, including internationally important numbers of shoveler and gadwall. Some 400 great-crested grebes gather on the lake in autumn. For more information visit the main Bristol Water Website
There are various Public Walks on Bristol Water property and adjoining Public Footpaths. More Information and maps can be found on the main Bristol Water Website
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B.R.F.F.A Snowbee Hidden Pairs Competition
Snowbee sponsored Hidden pairs competition organised by the Bristol Reservoirs Fly Fisher’s Associ...
Funky Hidden Teams Competition.
Hidden Teams competition organised by the Bristol Reservoirs Fly Fisher’s Association....
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