This is Digley Res from above, apparently built in 1952, and easier to get to for a swim than bilberry.
This is the view down Digley Res from the dam between Digley and Bilberry, note how easy access is, throw a tennis ball in here i'll fetch it.
The view across Bilberry, looking up Marsden Clough, and the hills of Good Bent End. I wonder where the hell they got that name ! Bilberry was built in 1840 and in it's history has been burst twice in 1852 and 1944, killing a total of 84 people. A pillar in Holmfirth town centre and a plaque at the Elephant and Castle show how high the flood waters reached. Note the fencing at the bottom of the picture, if he throws be a tennis ball in here he's fetching the bloody thing himself !!
This is the view down towards Holmbridge, note the steep banking, although there is strictly no access to people, chasing a tennis ball down here is great fun, yet bringing the bugger back is a tow, especially when i do the lousy bugger throws it back down again.