Did anyone see this? It's on the iPlayer if not: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000l45t/gardeners-world-2020-episode-19 Mentioned in the piece was the fact about a reservoir was built about 2 miles away to feed the flam fountains and streams. Looking on Google Earth, the only reservoir i can see about 2 miles away is a flooded quarry the other side of Oakmoor and looks too modern. If that isn't it, does anyone know where it is? Looking at the reaction on Twitter, so many people were praising how stunning the gardens are and many also commenting on the fact they didn't even know AT had gardens. I think with the popularity of the open gardens last month, and if this interest is anything to go by, they could be onto a real winner if they somehow had garden-only tickets and/or garden only days out of season or on closed off-peak days.