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Warley Moor Reservoir

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Warley Moor Reservoir
Fly Flatts Reservoir
An upland lake surrounded by grass
Warley Moor Reservoir near to Ovenden Moor, Mixenden in West Yorkshire. This is the home of Halifax Sailing Club
LocationWest Yorkshire
Coordinates53°46′57″N 1°57′22″W / 53.7824°N 1.9560°W / 53.7824; -1.9560
TypeReservoir
Basin countriesEngland
Managing agencyYorkshire Water
Built1872 (1872)
Surface area68 acres (28 ha)
Average depth45 feet (14 m)
Water volume193 million imperial gallons (880 ML; 710 acre⋅ft)

Warley Moor Reservoir, also known as Fly Flatts Reservoir, is a drinking water reservoir in West Yorkshire, England, owned and operated by Yorkshire Water.[1]

Completed in 1872, the reservoir was built by the engineer John Frederick La Trobe Bateman.[2] The first sod was cut on 20 May 1864, by the then Mayor of Halifax, William Holdsworth, who used a silver spade with the inscription:[2]

Halifax Corporation – The first sod of the Warley Moor Reservoir was turned with this spade, on Friday, the 20th May, 1864, by William Irving Holdsworth, Esq., Mayor of Halifax; J. F. Bateman, Engineer; John Parkinson and Joseph Mann, contractors; J. E. Norris, Town Clerk

The reservoir covers 68 acres (28 ha), is 45 feet (14 m) deep when full and holds up to 193,000,000 imperial gallons (880,000,000 L).[2] It was notably described in Whiteley Turner's 1913 book A Spring-Time Saunter: Round and About Bronte Land.[3]

The reservoir is used by Halifax Sailing Club.

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References

  1. ^ "Text of Byelaws made and approved by Board of Yorkshire Water" (PDF). Yorkshire Water. Archived (PDF) from the original on 21 August 2012. Retrieved 29 April 2013.
  2. ^ a b c Bull, Malcolm. "Calderdale Companion: Warley Moor Reservoir". Archived from the original on 20 May 2011. Retrieved 29 April 2013.
  3. ^ "Luddenden". Countryfile. 21 April 2013. BBC. Archived from the original on 21 May 2013. Retrieved 21 April 2013.

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