River Huntspill :: Shared Description

The River Huntspill (or Huntspill River) is an artificial river, in the Somerset Levels. It was built in 1940 to supply process water to Royal Ordnance Factory Bridgwater, and has resulted in reduced flooding of the lower Brue Valley. Huntspill Sluice at the river's western end, also known as West Huntspill Sluice, separates it from the River Parrett.
A large section of the river and its surrounding lands has been designated as a National Nature Reserve which is managed by the Environment Agency.
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ST3144 : Huntspill River by N Chadwick
ST3144 : Puriton Road Bridge, Huntspill River by N Chadwick
ST3144 : Huntspill River by N Chadwick
ST3144 : Huntspill River by N Chadwick
ST3144 : Huntspill River by N Chadwick
ST3144 : Huntspill River by N Chadwick
ST3244 : M5 bridge over Huntspill River by N Chadwick
ST3144 : Huntspill River by N Chadwick
ST3144 : Huntspill River by N Chadwick
ST3144 : Puriton Road Bridge by N Chadwick


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Created: Wed, 8 Jun 2016, Updated: Wed, 8 Jun 2016

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