Trentabank Reservoir by munki-boy

Trentabank Reservoir

Trentabank Reservoir Nature Reserve is managed by Cheshire Wildlife Trust and United Utilities also with three other local reservoirs along the River Bollin.

There is a large and well established Heronry on the “headland”, and viewing is possible from the roadside opposite. The nature reserve also protects many birds and other wildlife including Red Deer.

There are a number of woodland trails surrounding but some are closed at present due to wood logging - although it’s possible to make your way through on smaller tracks.

Created: 15  June  2018  Edited: 26  August  2018

Trentabank Reservoir Facts

Trentabank Reservoir is a very small freshwater lake in Cheshire, situated at an altitude of around 251 meters and is shallow.

The shoreline of Trentabank Reservoir is approximately 1.702 Kilometers all the way round.

  • Altitude: 251 m
  • Shoreline: 1.702 Km
  • Depth: Shallow

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