ⓘ Ashford Reservoir

                                     

ⓘ Ashford Reservoir

Ashford Reservoir is a small reservoir on the eastern side of the Quantock Hills near the villages of Charlynch and Spaxton in Somerset, England. It was constructed 1934 as a water supply reservoir for Bridgwater.

Initially, the reservoir contains a small dirt dam. In 2009, banks were removed and replaced by a concrete wall that can hold 45.000.000 9.900.000 litres, IMP Gal, us of 12.000 gallons of water. The reservoir collects water from the Peart of water, which also saprogenous at Hawkridge reservoir. Below the reservoir Peart water joins the Currypool stream to form the cannington brook. Fishing is permitted and the catch included bream, perch and roach. The water purification center provides educational opportunities.

                                     
  • Offenders Institution. A few parks such as the Ashford Reservoirs or Spelthorne Park are remnants of Ashford Common which give the eastern part of the town
  • continues below the reservoir in a northeast direction to Spaxton, where it enters the Ashford Reservoir The distance between the two reservoirs is about 2 miles
  • where it enters the Ashford Reservoir The distance between the two reservoirs is about 2 miles 3.2 km The Ashford Reservoir has an elevation of almost
  • continues in a northeast direction to the Ashford Reservoir which was constructed in 1934. Below the Ashford Reservoir the Peart Water joins the Currypool Stream
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  • Yalding. The River Beult pronounced belt has its several sources west of Ashford and then flows through Headcorn and where it is joined by the major stream
  • village is Hawkridge Reservoir which supplies water for Bridgwater, constructed between 1960 and 1962, and the Ashford Reservoir which was constructed