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Stillwater Associates have been assisting the National Trust with extensive remedial works of the dam at Frensham Little Pond. The original dam structure at Frensham Little Pond was built in 1246 by the monks of Waverley Abbey, near Farnham.
An underground Victorian reservoir is to be opened to the public before being demolished to make way for houses. The brick-vaulted Clayton reservoir, decommissioned 21 years ago, is under land in Back Lane, Clayton-le-Woods. Campaigners have not been able to raise money to preserve the reservoir and had failed in applications for it to be made a listed building. Paul Jones, from developers Kingswood Homes, said it would be open for guided tours for two weeks. He said: “We felt it was important to open it to the local community to give them the opportunity to come and have a look at the archaeology and the history.”