Business with a wheel difference

A BUSINESS with a difference has been set up in Clevedon.

A BUSINESS with a difference has been set up in Clevedon.

Kevin Robinson has started making water wheels for people without a pond in their garden.

The self-contained features are made out of wood with a trough containing a pump.

Water fed through a pipe causes the wheel to slowly rotate.

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Kevin, aged 49, began the venture after making a water wheel for his own garden.

The Tickenham Road resident said: "I have always been fascinated with water wheels so when I moved to Clevdeon I made myself a six foot-wide one for my pond. "Friends and neighbours said they would like a smaller version but did not have a pond where they could put it.

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"This got me thinking and I started to design this self-contained model."

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