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North view lakes complex is situated in the relaxing village of Gedney Hill, Lincolnshire only 350yds from local amenities and 150yds from the golf course. It incorporates 3 lakes with approx 90 pegs. The Main Lake has 35 pegs of which 5 are…

Situated northeast of Bangor, the beach is sandy at low tide, with stones and pebbles forming the upper bay area. The beach area extends for over half a mile, with rocks and coastal defences at its outer edges. The coastal waters in this area form…

In the summer opens from 6am-9pm In the winter opens from 7am-8pm They close from the end of October until March Its £5 a day ticket one rod only and no keep nets

Ifield Mill Pond is made up of northern and southern ponds, as well as Bewbush Water Gardens, an area of semi-formal ponds and natural planting. The area has been designated a Site of Nature Conservation Importance. The Mill Pond fishery is south of…

Leasowe lighthouse gulley on the Wallasey embankment of the river Mersey. The lighthouse was built in 1763 by The Mersey Docks and Harbour Company to guide shipping safely to the Port of Liverpool and is the oldest lighthouse built from bricks in…

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