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Heritage Open Days

South West Water is offering free tours of three operational sites as part of this year's national Heritage Open Days in September.

Members of the public will get the chance to discover the hidden secrets of the region's largest reservoir at Roadford Dam, delve into the history of Exeter's drinking water supply at Pynes Water Treatment Works and find out how Gun Cliff sewage pumping station in Lyme Regis quietly transports waste water from the town's population inland for treatment.

Please click on the links below to find out more.


Climb the tower at Roadford Dam
 
South West Water is giving members of the public the chance to discover the hidden secrets of the region's largest reservoir.
Heritage tours return to Pynes Water Treatment Works
 
South West Water is teaming up with Exeter's Royal Albert Memorial Museum to give members of the public an opportunity to delve into the history of the city's drinking water supply.
Take a tour with a difference at Lyme Regis pumping station
 
Hidden beneath the sea defence wall at Cobb Gate, Lyme Regis, Gun Cliff sewage pumping station quietly transports waste water from the town's population further inland for extensive treatment.



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