Opened on 27th September 2004, the Clatworthy Reservoir is situated in the Brendon Hills on the edge of the Exmoor National Park in West Somerset. It impounds the headwaters of the River Tone, and the surrounding rolling hills provide a picturesque setting for all visitors.
This site, which has been graciously donated by Wessex Water is breathtaking. The land which has been donated overlooks the reservoir. The planting site is spacious and will accommodate many Memorial Trees over the years to benefit everybody in the community.
Clients visiting the Memorial Forest are also able to enjoy a leisurely walk on the trail, which totally encircles the reservoir. This planting site is home to a range of woodland birds as well as geese and swans. Many Roe Deer and Badgers are very often seen in the area.
This Life for a Life planting site is so picturesque that clients are advised to consider making visits to the forest a family day out, there being ample picnic areas dotted around the location, and several well appointed cafes very close-by. The planting site itself edges onto the reservoir site and also the picnic area.
Wheelchair Friendly Yes
Car Park Facility Yes
English Oak, Scots Pine, Silver Birch, Mountain Ash (Rowan)