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Birmingham City Council - Edgbaston Reservoir

Situated close to the city centre, Edgbaston Reservoir is a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation. It was built in 1827 by Thomas Telford as a op upfor Birmingham canal system and is still used for that purpose today. The 70 acres site is mainly open water and supports a variety of birdlife; it is also a valuable city site for animals such as newts and bats. A belt of woodland and grassland encircles the reservoir providing an oasis of natural beauty in an urban setting.

Edgbaston Watersports

Just next door, Jacquie and Martin Dutton at Edgaston Watersports run a wide range of activities both on and off the water.

Edgbaston Reservoir on Facebook

Jan Tween of the Friends of Edgbaston Reservoir has created a Facebook page for the rezzer.

Birmingham Mail

The visit of Ellen MacArthur was also covered by the Birmingham Mail.


Enterprise Class Association


Midlands GP14 Association

International association for the GP14 Class for the Midlands and East coast areas.

Merlin Rocket

Merlin Rocket Association

The Merlin Rocket Owners Association, with information about where to buy, where to race, upcoming events and race results.


Southport Website

The West Lancashire Yacht Club organise the annual Southport 24 hour race and publish details at their website.


Royal Yachting Association

The RYA was founded in November 1875. The website is full of useful information from training to rules and regulations to clubs and even tides (though not on the reservoir, thankfully).


Solihull Weather

A privately run weather station in Solihull publishes current weather conditions there. Update: the new website has a live weather station panel, webcams and much more; if you're interested in weather in the Midlands, this is the place to go!

Birmingham Weather
MSC Weather Station
Mar 27, 05:30
Wind:5 knots, E
Temperature:4 °C
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