Table '.\davidpit2794org6214_somersetrivers\zk_session_info' is marked as crashed and should be repaired
SELECT pn_sessid AS "sessid",pn_ipaddr AS "ipaddr",pn_lastused AS "lastused",pn_uid AS "uid",pn_remember AS "remember",pn_vars AS "vars" FROM zk_session_info AS tbl WHERE pn_sessid='up9jgofbkli8goci5gvcbnu9i5fr6cf5'
River Haddeo, Exmoor, Somerset
River Haddeo

River Haddeo

The source of the River Haddeo is a spring in Upton Latitude: 51.0736 / 51°4'24"N Longitude: -3.4302 / 3°25'48"W. In 1979 a dam was constructed to impound the river's water and Wimbleball Lake was formed. From Hartford, the site of the dam, the river flows west through Hartford Bottom and then south to join the River Exe a few miles south of Bury.

The valley of the river consists of three tributary valleys extending down from the surrounding farmland to merge with the River Haddeo in the south. The tributary valleys include the River Pulham, which passes the village of Brompton Regis and continues to Hartford where it joins the Haddeo.

River Haddeo leaves Wimbleball Lake
River Haddeo leaves Wimbleball Lake

For a full selection of images for this river visit the rivers Image Gallery.

 

Table '.\davidpit2794org6214_somersetrivers\zk_session_info' is marked as crashed and should be repaired
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