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Daventry Reservoir CP Northamptonshire

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Grey Phalarope
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Nick Truby
Date
21 September 2018
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Site Details

Daventry Country Park covers 140 acres, of which 70 acres is occupied by Daventry Reservoir (when full). The reservoir is owned by the British Waterways Board, is 10m deep at its deepest point, and is used to top up the Grand Union Canal. Over 180 species of birds have been seen here with 40 to 50 breeding. About 240 species of flowering plant occur here including 10 species rare to Northamptonshire.

Address

Daventry Reservoir CP
Daventry Country Park, Northern Way, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 5JB

Contact Details

Telephone: +44 (0)1327 877193

Email: countrysideservices@daventrydc.gov.uk

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Directions

Follow the signs off the A361 on the northeast side of Daventry.

Parking

50p (1 hour), £1 (all day)

Opening Times

24 hours, year round.

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