National Trust site. These are a man-made lake system, they are just over 200 years old and support over 20 species of dragonfly. The lakes were created by damming a limestone river valley and the lakes are fed partially by calcium-rich springs, they are important for their vegetation. The site is designated as part of a SAC because of its importance for greater and lesser horseshoe bats. The lakes form part of the Stackpole National Nature Reserve.
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