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Wet and Wild!

Wednesday, October 2nd 2019


Yorkshire has had more than its fair share of rainfall over the last few days and this has had a huge impact on the series of ponds and lakes all over the reserve.

The cascading ponds at the head of the lake have been quite spectacular!

It is good to see that the newly renovated dams have stood firm as have the boulders that were added by volunteers at the base of each one.

The roar of fast running water could be heard almost everywhere, here is the outflow from the main lake.

Risedale Beck has also been very high but fortunately, so far there has been no real damage to any of the footpaths and bridges.


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