River Severn

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a river in England and Wales flowing into the Bristol Channel

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Barbel Society chairman Steve Pope commented: "There is a certain mystery about the Lower River Severn that I have not experienced anywhere else; it's that 'not knowing' that draws us back time and time again.
In the hunt for alternative sources, Severn Trent has investigated 22 possible places along the River Severn between Trimpley and Ombersley in Worcestershire looking at issues including water availability, visual impact, ecological impact, power supplies and access requirements.
rainfall saw cars submerged the River Severn in and the town's Rugby Football Club pitches flooded.
Edward Chapman, Montgomeryshire NFU Cymru county chairman, whose farmland has suffered due to the River Severn flooding its banks on numerous occasions said: "All the rivers used to be dredged but why don't they do it now?
Police search teams could be seen scouring a lengthy track on the western bank of the River Severn.
It's not as though the River Severn is bursting its banks.
Meetings are not normally called off so far in advance, but the exceptional circumstances of the course being under water after the River Severn burst its banks has prompted an early decision.
This historic landmark, built in 1779, spanning the River Severn, is often top of the agenda when teachers want to inspire and educate.
Now he and Jane will walk down the aisle in Radcliffe, Manchester, after he landed the fish of his dreams on the River Severn.
An explosion ripped the vessel apart as it was being refuelled on a canal near the River Severn, Worcester.
DAVE Hutton won't forget his visit to the Birmingham Anglers Association stretch of the River Severn at Ladyham in a hurry after he landed a beautiful 12lb 2oz barbel.
Dating from the late 18th century, this substantial house stands on the corner of Westbourne Street and Kidderminster Road, within 100 yards of the River Severn and 100ft from the Severn Valley steam railway viaduct bridge.
The 4ft seal, which is in fact female, became a local celebrity after she swam over 50 miles inland up the River Severn, in Worcestershire.
NFU Cymru delegates meeting with officials from the Environment Agency Wales have agreed several action points which they hope will lead to the Clywedog Reservoir contributing much more to flood alleviation downstream on the River Severn.
THE drive to preserve and improve salmon fishing in the rivers running into the Bristol Channel has continued with a big stocking of young salmon into the River Severn and some tributaries.