Chippies QuarryScholes, Leeds, LS15 4, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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what type of reeds are in chippys quarry in scholes
I’m moving to the area in a couple of weeks. Is this a pond/lake I could course fish or is it more a carp lake?? Thanks
Just thought you might like to check out our Facebook page as above. Leeds CC and Parks are working with us now on a project to survey and improve the pond and surrounding area. Litter picks have improved the pond but it would be helpful if you could encourage people to use the bins or take litter home. The area is being considered for local nature reserve status. Any interested people can join as a member on Facebook and will receive updates.
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tom - Reviewed 24th Aug 2020 at 6:52pm
#1 This place made me so sad. (its a long review jump to the capitals for summery if ADD) l took my daughter here for walk/reckie of the place today. To my dismay found the lake not so much as a beauty spot to walk and spot wildlife but more as a place others have used as a defunct council tip. We took the obligatory slices of bread to feed any wildlife we may come across and my binos (more so for the pescators more on that later) and off we headed for the first time.
Barry - Reviewed 10th Feb 2020 at 9:48pm
Just found this place recently and joined the Facebook group. It's a lovely place for a walk out and the friends Facebook group is doing a great job in making it a better place. Come down to help make it a beautiful place once more, it's almost there
Friends of Chippy's Quarry - Reviewed 7th Jan 2019 at 5:54pm
Our friends of group are working with Leeds CC and Parks and Greenspaces to improve the pond and surrounding areas. There will be surveys done before work takes place, although a lot of the litter has been cleared. If you want to join our Facebook group you can be updated on progress.
Dave Wayne tom - Reviewed 25th Nov 2018 at 4:00pm
We're off here tomorrow if it's nice fish adviser change the review if it's fished more it will be a beast place to go but the first thing you see on Google from you is rubbish but others say it's nice to see it cleaned up thank guys