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Is the fight lost to save Llanishen Reservoir? (via Welsh Green Dragon)

Welsh Green Dragon take an altogether opposite angle to the post at Lisvane News, looking at the recent history of the reservoir and why it seems more and more unlikely that it will be saved. They make some very valid points. We will have to wait to find out what the outcome will be.

Is the fight lost to save Llanishen Reservoir? Is this the end? It seems after months of draining Llanishen reservoir in North Cardiff is finally empty. Welsh Green Dragon was there back in February when Western Power Distribution, who own the water body, started draining down the water for a reported safety inspection. Although at the time the water level was falling, young sailors were still having lessons and it continued to be a valued recreational amenity for people living in northern Ca … Read More

via Welsh Green Dragon


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