Turton & Entwistle Reservoir, Bolton, Lancashire

Drone Footage

This is a wonderful reservoir with a good footpath, surrounded by a pine forest all the way round. Ideal for a nice walk in nature.

Turton and Entwistle Reservoir, commonly known as Entwistle reservoir was constructed in 1832. It was the first dam in Britain to exceed 100ft (30.48m) in height.

The 4K drone footage has been combined with beautiful relaxing piano music for 1 hour of pure relaxation.

Using My Footage

There are 24 clips in this set of Turton & Entwistle Reservoir aerial footage. The featured video above demonstrates some of them. My footage is available to license for use in personal or commercial projects. This drone footage is in 4K at 30FPS. This enables you to zoom/crop if you need HD footage and the frame rate allows you to slow down the footage to 80% to achieve 24FPS. It is shot using the D-Cinelike setting for a flatter colour profile so that you can use your grading preference. The footage has not been coloured graded or altered. All files are MP4.

To use my video clips in your project, please get in touch via the button below with more information.

Preview Files

The preview files are heavily compressed to reduce their size and prevent unauthorised use. These files are for assessment purposes only and can be downloaded and shared to assess suitability for use in your project.


These are photos I took during my visit.

Photo Usage

You can download and use my photographs for personal and non-commercial projects but I do request that you credit me and link to my website. Also, it is great to know where you are using them, so feel free to email me, I would love to know! 🙂 For licensing please use the appropriate licensing options available when you click on a photo.


All media gathered on location in July 2022.


The music in this video is called ‘In the Moment’ and is available to license from BeanstalkAudio.com. It can be licensed for use in video and other media projects starting from £2.95.

In the Moment

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