Wonderful on Tap
Coronavirus (Covid-19) update
This visitor site is open with some restrictions
As restrictions in England are changing, we are following the Government guidelines to help keep everyone safe.
This site will remain open for people to visit with restrictions in place.
Our sites are likely to be very busy and we may have to close our car parks when we reach capacity, so please be prepared to turn around and visit another time.
Respect our site and neighbours by taking home your litter, or using a bin on site if you can't, and do not park in local communities if the car park is full.
It’s really important to protect the safety and wellbeing of all our visitors, local communities and our teams, so we urge everyone to minimise travel, observe social distancing and follow any measures we have put in place if you visit a reopened site.
The cafe is open from 10am everday for takeaway only. The restaurant remains closed.
Fishing is not operating at this time.
Watersports is open from the 2nd of April. Pre booking is avaiable on the website.
Rule of 6 or 2 households
Please only visit in groups following the Rule of 6 or two households, and maintain social distancing.
- Maintain a distance of at least 2 metres from other visitors and staff
- Respect any instructions or signage - they're there to keep you safe
- Look after those with you - keep dogs on leads and children close by.
- Maintain good hygiene and avoid touching hard surfaces
Situated near to Leek, on the edge of the spectacular Peak District National Park, Tittesworth offers plenty of activities for those who enjoy the great outdoors.
A little bit about Tittesworth...
Tittesworth Water is set in the stunning
Peak District National Park, a visit here will make your Staffordshire
day out a memorable one.
When was it built?
The reservoir was first constructed as early as 1858.The visitor centre was
built in 1998.
What's the reservoir's role in the water supply network?
The water from Tittesworth supplies homes and businesses in parts of the
Staffordshire Moorlands, Stoke-on-Trent and Leek.It pumps on average 28
million litres of water a day and has the capacity to provide up to
45 million litres a day.
Where does the water come from?
Waterflows into Tittesworth from the Upper River Churnet. Most of the water
comes from winter floods and the reservoir acts as a huge storage tank,
taking water in and out when needed.
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