Derwent Reservoir (Northumberland) Reviews
Description:Reservoir on the river Derwent in North East England on the border between County Durham and Northumberland.
Newest Review: ... road were submerged and replaced by a further four miles of new road. The reservoir is a key part of the water supply network in North East England. Owned and managed by Northumbrian Water, it is the principal water source for the Tyne and Wear area. The south-western area of the reservoir has been managed as a nature reserve since 1967 on account of its breeding birds and wildfowl. Many ... more
Customer Derwent Reservoir (Northumberland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 1962 readings)
I am lucky in that living in the North East of England as I do, I have some beautiful countryside and coastline right on the doorstep in Northumberland and County Durham. Derwent Reservoir is one of the many places I love to visit, particularly during the summer months. How To Get There:- **************** Derwent Reservoir is a little over a mile north of Edmundbyers on the B6306 Blanchland road off the A68 which is the main road linking the countryside of County Durham to Northumberland. The reservoir lies north east of the B6278 Consett to Stanhope road and can easily be found following the brown tourist ... Read the complete review
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