This picture shows a view over Pallington Lakes in Dorset. The lakes are now the site of the Sculptures in the Lakes exhibition, which shows the works of Simon Gudgeon. This picture, taken in April 2015, shows a view over both the North Lake and Rainbow Lake and also shows the Barn Owl sculpture.
Pallington Lakes - Dorchester visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Pallington Lakes' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Dorset.
Pallington Lakes are a series of three lakes in the small village of Pillington, near to Dorchester in Dorset. The lakes cover 14 acres bordering the River Frome and are popular freshwater angling lakes open to members. They are stocked with Tench, Bream, Roach, Rudd, Perch and Eels. The lakes are also the venue of Sculptures by the Lakes, and are surrounded by various works by Simon Gudgeon. They are set in some 26 arcres surrounded by walkways and gardens designed by Monique Gudgeon.
Road: Pallington Lakes are half a mile east of the village of Tincleton, about 8 miles East of Dorchester.
Train: Take the train from Dorchester to Moreton Station, which is 2 miles from Pallington Lakes