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River Bourne, Berkshire

The River Bourne is a river in the English county of Berkshire. It is a tributary of the River Pang and, indirectly, of the River Thames. The Bournes source is near the village of Chapel Row and it joins the River Pang south of the M4 motorway ne ...

River Bourne, Wiltshire

The River Bourne is a river in the English county of Wiltshire, a tributary of the Salisbury Avon. Source Borns is at the Eastern end of the valley of Pewsey, just South of the village of Burbage. The river cuts through the chalk escarpment Colli ...

Bowcombe Creek

Bowcombe Creek is a tidal creek in Kingsbridge, Devon, England. It is the most northerly creek of the Kingsbridge Estuary. The creek is fed by a stream to the north and is located one mile south-east of Kingsbridge. In A379 road crosses the south ...

Bowmont Water

Bowmont Water is a stream in the Scottish Borders and Northumberland, England. It rises in the Cheviot hills and flows in Mowhaugh, town Yetholm, and kirk Yetholm. Then she moves on to the Anglo-Scottish border and continues past Mindrum mill, Mi ...

River Bradford

The River Bradford is a river in the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire. Its source is on Gratton Moor and after passing below Youlgreave it joins the River Lathkill at Alport. Less than 4 miles in length, its waters are very clear due to ...

Bradshaw Brook

Bradshaw Brook is a river draining parts of Lancashire and Greater Manchester in Northern England. Starting life as Cadshaw brook draining a valley named Green Lowe Clough on Turton swamp, the brook feeds the Turton and Entwistle reservoir and Wa ...

River Brain

The River Brain is a tributary of the River Blackwater in Essex, England. It gives its name to the town of Braintree, although Braintree lies on a low ridge between the Brain and the River Blackwater. To the north of Braintree it is known as Pods ...

River Bray

The River Bray is a small river in North Devon, England. It is a tributary of the River Mole, which in turn is a tributary of the River Taw. It rises in Exmoor, near the border with Somerset.

Brearley Brook

Brearley Brook is a watercourse in Greater Manchester and a tributary of Hollingworth Brook. The original source was on Low House Moor but this has been diverted under the M62 Motorway to join Longden End Brook. The brook now originates at Syke, ...

River Brett

The River Brett is a river in Suffolk, England. Its source is in the villages to the north of Lavenham and it flows through Hadleigh to its confluence with the River Stour via Monks Eleigh, Brent Eleigh and Chelsworth.

River Bride, Dorset

The River Bride is a river in Dorset, England, situated in the West Dorset administrative district between the towns of Dorchester and Bridport. It is approximately 6.5 miles long and has a catchment area of 15 square miles. It rises at an altitu ...

River Brit

The River Brit is a river in west Dorset in south-west England, which rises just to the north of Beaminster. It then flows south to Netherbury and Bridport, where it is joined by tributaries: the River Simene and River Asker. South of Bridport, i ...

Broad Fleet

Broad Fleet is a brook draining the area around Pilling Village in Lancashire, England. Its source is at Stake Pool, where Ridgy Pool joins Pilling Water. Broad Fleet is fed by Wrampool Brook as it approaches Morecambe Bay.

River Broadwater

The River Broadwater is a tributary of the River Loddon at Swallowfield, Berkshire. It is formed by the rivers Blackwater and Whitewater, in their confluence near Tetchers Ford on the border between Bramshill and Swallowfield wards. The river flo ...

River Brock

The River Brock is a river running through the county of Lancashire in England. Starting its journey on fair Snape fell, the infant river Brock runs beneath the Bleasdale circle before continuing via Claughton and Bilsborrow to St Michaels on Wyr ...

Brook Stream

Brook Stream is a tributary of the Great Stour river in Ashford, Kent, England. Water can be bright orange at times because of iron deposits. The stream runs from its source near brook, 6.1 km on Northwest from the Great Stour.

River Browney

The River Browney is a river in County Durham, England, and the largest tributary of the River Wear. In the river Browney rises from a spring in the head of the plantation, on the Eastern slope Skaylock hill, about a mile South East of Waskerley. ...

Broxbourne Mill Stream

The Broxbourne Mill Stream which diverges from the River Lee Navigation just south of Dobbs Weir, is one of the few remaining old river loops of the River Lea, with a relatively natural channel form and a diverse range of habitats. Broxbourne dev ...

Burbage Brook

The source of the brook is on moorland to the north of the brooks valley in Derbyshire where it drains the land south of Friars Ridge on White Path Moss, close to Stanage Edge. He continues down the valley and below the A6187 on the lower Burbage ...

Burghfield Brook

Burghfield Brook is a small stream in southern England. It rises in Wokefield Common between the Berkshire villages of Mortimer and Burghfield Common. The Burghfield Brook forms Burghfields southern border with Wokefield Parish. A notable feature ...

Butley River

The Butley River or Butley Creek is a tributary of the River Ore in the English county of Suffolk. The river has its source in the Rendlesham Forest area to the east of Eyke. The river is tidal from its confluence with the ore in Boyton, both on ...

Butterworth Hall Brook

Butterworth Hall Brook is a water course in Greater Manchester, North-West England, which flows through the village of Milnrow and is a tributary of the River Beal.

River Calder, Cumbria

The River Calder is a river in Cumbria, England. The river rises on Lankrigg moss and flows in a southerly direction for 10 miles 16 km through the ancient landscape, flowing under the bridge monks bridge packhorse and on the site of the Abbey of ...

River Calder, Wyre

The River Calder is a 13-mile long river that is one of the main tributaries of the River Wyre in Lancashire, England. Like the other rivers in England with the name Calder, its name is thought to derive from a mixture of Old Welsh and Old Britis ...

River Cam, Gloucestershire

The River Cam is a small river in Gloucestershire, England. It flows for 12 miles eastwards into the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal. The river rises on the Cotswold escarpment above the village of Uley, and flows through Dursley, Cam and Cambridg ...

River Can

The River Can is a river in Essex, England. Chelmsford is centred on the confluence of the Can and the River Chelmer. The Can enters Chelmsford from the west, joining the Chelmer to the east of the city. From the confluence, the Can becomes part ...

Candover Brook

The Candover Brook is a 1.2 km chalk stream in the English county of Hampshire. It is a tributary of the River Itchen, which it joins near the town of New Alresford. The stream rises from springs just to the south of the village of Preston Candov ...

Cannington Brook

Cannington brook is a stream in Somerset, England that originates in the Quantock Hills, which is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Various streams, including Peart water flow in Hawkridge reservoir, near Spaxton, which was built ...

Carnon River

The Carnon River is a heavily polluted river in Cornwall, England. It starts in Chacewater. Trewedna Water and River Kennall flow into the Carnon before it merges with Tallacks Creek to become Restronguet Creek, which eventually flows into the En ...

Catchwater Drain (Stixwould)

The Catchwater Drain or Duckpool Catchwater is an artificial watercourse in Lincolnshire draining into the River Witham near to Stixwould. It begins as Minting Beck, a stream originating in Great Sturton approximately five miles north of Horncast ...

River Cerne

The River Cerne is a ten mile long river in Dorset, England, which rises in the Chalk hills of the Dorset Downs at Minterne Magna, between High Stoy and Dogbury Hill, flows down a valley through Cerne Abbas and Charminster, and flows into the Riv ...

River Chalke

The River Chalke is a small river within the English county of Wiltshire. It is the most significant tributary of the River Ebble. The river rises at the Mead end Bowerchalke near streams and 1.2 miles North through the valley of chalka to join t ...

Channelsea River

Channelsea River is a tidal river in London, England, one of the Bow Back Rivers that flow into the Bow Creek part of the River Lea, which in turn flows into the River Thames. In 1957-8, the Channelsea river was hidden between high street, Stratf ...

Chapel Beck

Chapel Beck is a minor river in the county of Cumbria in England. Beck climbs of whinlatter forest in the lake district at the confluence of Grisedale Gill and Gill Sanderson, streams flowing down from the mountains of Grisedale pike. The two str ...

River Chater

The River Chater is a river in the East Midlands of England. It is a tributary of the River Welland, and is about 12 miles long. It rises near Whatborough Hill in Leicestershire, and then flows East, past the sites of Sauvey castle, Launde Abbey, ...

River Chelt

The River Chelt is a tributary of Englands largest river, the Severn. The Chelt flows through the western edge of the Cotswolds and the town of Cheltenham, before its confluence with the River Severn at Wainlodes Hill. There are a number of mills ...

Cherry Brook

The Cherry Brook is a tributary of the West Dart River on Dartmoor, Devon, England. It rises about a kilometer to the North of Lower White tor in a swampy area and flows in a generally southerly direction past the powder mills, on the site of a 1 ...

River Chet

The River Chet is a small river in South Norfolk, England, a tributary of the River Yare. It rises in Poringland and flows eastwards through Alpington, Bergh Apton, Thurton and Loddon. At Loddon it passes under the A146 through Loddon Mill and in ...

River Ching

The River Ching is a tributary of the River Lea. It originates in Epping Forest and flows south and then west for 6 miles, joining the Lea by the Banbury Reservoir in South Chingford. It is dammed twice, the first time to form Connaught Water, in ...

River Chor

The River Chor is a largely culverted stream in the Lancashire town of Chorley. Its name was back-formed from "Chorley". The river source is in the hills near Heapey. Subsequently, the young stream flows through Chorley North industrial area, pas ...

Chorlton Brook

Chorlton Brook is a stream in Greater Manchester, England. It heads westward through Chorlton-cum-Hardy, having been formed at the confluence of Platt Brook and Shaw Brook, and after passing north of Chorltonville it flows through Chorlton Ees in ...

Clayhill Brook

Clayhill Brook is a small stream in southern England, in the county of Berkshire. It rises at Benhams Gulley in the far West of Burghfield Common and runs through the Northern edge of the Village, forming the border between Burghfield Parish and ...

Clough River

The Clough River is a river in Cumbria, England. A tributary of the River Rawthey, it flows for 21.8 kilometres primarily through the Garsdale valley.

River Clyst

The River Clyst is a river of England. The river runs through the county of Devon. Growing near the village of Clyst William near the town of cullompton, the river flows to the West and southwest, flowing through the settlements of the Normans gr ...

Cobbins Brook

Cobbins Brook is a minor tributary of the River Lea. It forms to the north of Epping, Essex and flows past Epping Upland, Waltham Abbey until it joins the River Lee Flood Relief Channel below the M25 near Rammey Marsh.

River Cocker, Lancashire

The River Cocker is a river in Lancashire, England. The river Cocker rises near to a Year farmhouse and higher-Know the hill South of Quernmore, near Lancaster. It runs South-West through Cocker Clough wood and Brunstow tree, and then Hampson gre ...

River Cocker, Cumbria

The River Cocker is a river in the Lake District in North West England, in the county of Cumbria. Its source is at the head of the Buttermere valley. It flows north through Buttermere and then Crummock Water, through Lorton Vale, to the town of C ...

Cocklemore Brook

The Cocklemore Brook is a short tributary of the Bristol Avon, some 2.5 miles long. It rises near Studley in Wiltshire in the West Country of England, and flows in a north and then westerly direction, passing underneath the former Wilts & Berks C ...

Coledale Beck

The beck rises north east of Eel Crag, where Pudding Beck meets Birkthwaite Beck. From there, Coledale Beck runs east north east through Coledale, between Grisedale Pike and Causey Pike. Emerging from the valley, the beck runs through the village ...

River Coln

The River Coln is a river in Gloucestershire, England. It rises at Brockhampton to the east of Cheltenham, and flows in a south/south-easterly direction through the Cotswold Hills via Andoversford, Withington, Fossbridge, Bibury, Coln St Aldwyns, ...