Swimming at new reservoir a possibility
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SWIMMING could be available at a new reservoir for the community and visitors to enjoy.
Around 300 people attended three exhibitions during the second stage of public consultation for a second reservoir in Cheddar.
Bristol Water spokesman Jeremy Williams said the feedback was generally positive, with issues over whether swimming should be allowed dominating the discussion.
MP Tessa Munt discussed the plans with Mr Williams and asked how leisure facilities could be combined with the reservoirs.
She said: “I had a positive meeting with Jeremy Williams and really can’t stress enough that Bristol Water seems willing to listen to any suggestions put forward.
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“I would urge everyone to take part in the consultation, especially the younger members of our community.
“Only by taking part in the consultation will we get the facility we want.”
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Bristol Water is encouraging all those who attended the exhibitions to return their feedback forms.
The consultation continues until July 31, and feedback can also be given online at www.cheddar-reservoir-two.co.uk