The former Quarry and surrounding land is owned and maintained by The Dutchy of Cornwall.
The sign on the gate reads as follows:
Welcome to Brockhall Quarry. The site is a former gravel pit which has now been reinstated as a nature conservation lake.
The access provided is permissive access by foot only and no new rights of way are created. Existing public rights of way are not affected. The permissive access may be closed at short notice.
Please follow the countryside code. Do not disturb wildlife, livestock or other visitors and keep dogs under control. People using this site do so at their own risk. The Dutchy of Cornwall accepts no liability whatsoever for the loss or damage to the personal property of any visitor using the permissive access.
- Please do not leave the paths
- The surface of the paths are not maintained and may be slippery or treacherous after rain.
- There are some steep sections of path and sections which adjoin steep ground without hand rails. Please take care.
- The water in the lake is very deep. Please do not approach the water.
- Dogs must be kept on leads around livestockand during the bird nesting season (1st March to 31st August) as this is an important habitat for birds.
STRICTLY NO SWIMMING, BOATING, CAMPING OR LIGHTING FIRES.
For information about the fishing rights please contact: https://www.embryoangling.org/contact/
For information about birds: https://herefordshirebirds.org/county-sites/brockhall-gravel-pits/