Anglezarke reservoir is the largest in the Rivington system built in the 1850's to supply the growing demands of the city of Liverpool.
With around 26,000 acres of footpaths and bridleways to the fells, forest roads in Gisburn Forest for walking, cycling and horseriding, extensive wildlife, Stocks Reservoir and Gisburn Forest.
Clowbridge Reservoir & Dunnockshaw Community Woodland
Clowbridge Reservoir is situated to the east of the A682 between Burnley and Rawtenstall, adjacent to an area of the Burnley Millennium Forest known as the Dunnockshaw Community Woodland.
Cowm Reservoir is situated to the west of Whitworth, with access from the A671 Rochdale to Bacup road.
Haslingden Grane lies in the north-east corner of the West Pennine Moors, with good road access along the B6232 from both the M65 motorway at Blackburn, and the towns of the Rossendale Valley.
Rivington is home to some of the most beautiful countryside in the North West. It's also the home of some of the best water, and we hope you'll help us to keep it that way. These moors and valleys collect the rainwater that ends up in taps from Wigan to Liverpool.
Roddlesworth & Darwen Moor
Roddlesworth and Darwen Moor form part of the West Pennine Moors, lying just south of Darwen and Blackburn.
Strinesdale is situated on the A62 between Oldham & Delph. It got its name from the Old English 'Strine' meaning boundary, as the old Lancashire/ Yorkshire boundary ran through the centre.
Watergrove reservoir is situated north of Wardle and the A58 Halifax Road and south of Bacup. Rochdale is to the west and Littleborough to the east.
Wayoh & Entwistle reservoirs
Wayoh and Entwistle reservoirs lie within the West Pennine Moors to the north of Jumbles Country Park, with road access from the A666 / B6391.
The West Pennine Moors is an area of 90 square miles of moorland and reservoir scenery, dissected by wooded cloughs and characterised by skyline features like Rivington Pike.
Worthington Lakes lie within the Douglas Valley between Wigan to the south and Chorley to the north, with road access off the A5106.
Worsthorne Moor is situated to the east of Burnley, beyond the villages of Worsthorne & Hurstwood. Road access is off the A646 at the Long Causeway, between Burnley & Hebden Bridge.
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