Llandrindod Wells Lake is a 14 acre lake containing carp, roach & bream. The lake, which has always been a popular venue for fishermen, has been drained and cleaned out in the past, new planting carried out and fish stocks re-introduced.
There is an abundance of wild life to observe, with a wide variety of ducks, geese and swans. The island in the middle of the lake was for many years used by fishermen, but now provides an undisturbed habitat for birds, insects and other wildlife.
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