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Due to the Algae bloom on Troy Lake, that despite the aerators has not dispersed, it was decided to arrange for a full Water Report on all three lakes. Bernice Brewster (pictured above with Dave Hambly), who has worked for us before, was commissioned to  undertake the survey.

It seems that Nitrates have entered all three lakes possibly emanating from a pit to the West of our lakes dug and then filled in by HS2. Troy being landlocked has suffered the worst, but since the water levels have dropped and there is no flow between the two Pynesfield lakes, they too, now have an Algae bloom.
Her full report can be read by clicking here.
WATER REPORT ON ALL THREE LAKES
UNLOCKED
TOP
GATE
On several occasions recently the top bar to  the main gate on the Helicon Road has been left open and unlocked. Gypsies took up residents in the Coy Carp car park and are still in the area and fly tipping is always prevalent. The top bar may not be the greatest safety devise, but it is a second deterrent to the main gate itself, especially for vans and tipper trucks This bar is part of the whole gate system and as stated in the Rules and Regulations must be kept locked at all times.