The King and Miller to Kingfisher project is powered by investment of £497,000 – including a £121,000 Lottery grant and contributions from Ashfield District Council and Nottinghamshire County Council.From left: Paul Crawford, Cllr Cheryl Butler, Cllr David Griffiths (all Ashfield District Council); Chris Watkinson, Pam Hallam, Ray Hallam (King's Mill Reservoir volunteers); Cllr Alan Rhodes, Nottinghamshire County Council Leader; Chris Warren, Early Years Services, Andrew Cartwright, head of centre, Mill Adventure Base (both Nottinghamshire County Council)The plan for the 72 acres of water and public open space is to:* Connect residents of Ashfield and Mansfield with their 18th and 19th-century industrial heritage at King's Mill through a new Maun Trail footpath and cycle route between the towns via the reservoir.* Give a warm welcome to visitors with the development of the existing café into a new visitor centre which will tell the story of the site's history.* Undertake critical development work on site to de-silt parts of the reservoir and improve access, signage, habitat and parking facilities.If you would like to let the administrators of this website know that you've seen this page instead of the page you expected, you should send them e-mail.
After strangling them, he would dump their bodies in forested and overgrown areas in King County, often returning to the dead bodies to have sexual intercourse with them.On November 30, 2001, as he was leaving the Kenworth truck factory where he worked in Renton, Washington, he was arrested for the murders of four women whose cases were linked to him through DNA evidence.Gary Leon Ridgway was born on February 18, 1949, in Salt Lake City, Utah.The kingfisher could benefit from investment in the reservoir"Securing this development funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund shows the potential in our plans to improve the public open spaces and reconnect local people with local heritage," said Ashfield District Councillor and waste and environment portfolio holder Councillor Tim Brown."It is an exciting opportunity to develop our vision and to work with other partners towards these improvements to enhance and secure the diversity of activities."Councillor Alan Rhodes, leader of Nottinghamshire County Council, said: "This funding represents a massive opportunity to secure an extremely exciting future for King's Mill Reservoir and surrounding area.It will not only help to preserve the wildlife and heritage of this site, but also enhance the visitor experience."On the subject of wildlife, the reservoir, a noted carp lake, is known for birds including the brightly-coloured kingfisher, often seen watching the water from bankside shrubbery.