THE HALL HILL TROUGHS AT EYAM

   
The Troughs are so called because of the nearby Bradshaw Hall. The formed part of a nearby series of troughs, established in 1558, many of which still remain, providing water for domestic as well as agricultural use. their use was confirmed by the 'Eyam Enclosure Act' of 1803.
The system is said to be one of the first public water supplies in the country and they supplied regular domestic water for 350 years
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