Tuesday, 26 June 2018
DO NOT SWIM IN THE QUESLETT NATURE RESERVE LAKE
Do not be tempted in this hot weather to try and swim in the Queslett Nature Reserve lake.
The lake can be dangerous and is not treated.
There are some under water obstacles and the safety ring near by is often removed by mindless vandals. The emergency services are also not easily available.
There are notices at the entrances to the reserve telling visitors not to swim in the lake.
It is also recommend due to the build up of some dangerous material in the lake not to let dogs swim or paddle in their either.
It is a case of enjoy looking at the lake but do not enter it. Why not sit under a shady tree to cool off instead or if you really need to swim pop into the Dulwich Road Centre or the Beeches swimming baths.