Geography of Somerset
The county of Somerset is located in South West England, bordered by the Bristol Channel to the North, the counties of Wiltshire to the east, Dorset to the south, and Devon to the west.
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Geology of Somerset
Somerset is a rural county in the southwest of England, covering 4,171 square kilometres (1,610 sq mi). It is bounded on the north-west by the Bristol Channel, on the north by Bristol and Gl...
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Exmoor
Exmoor is loosely defined as an area of hilly open moorland in west Somerset and north Devon in South West England, named after the River Exe the source of which is situated in the centre of the area,...
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Mendip Hills
The Mendip Hills (commonly called the Mendips) is a range of limestone hills to the south of Bristol and Bath in Somerset, England. Running east to west between Weston-super-Mare and Frome, the hills...
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Somerset Levels
The Somerset Levels are a coastal plain and wetland area of Somerset, South West England, running south from the Mendips to the Blackdown Hills.The Somerset Levels have an area of about 160,000 acres ...
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Long Dole Wood and Meadows SSSI
Long Dole Wood and Meadows SSSI (grid reference ST610562) is a 9.8 hectares (24 acres) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) between the villages of Farrington Gurney and Hinton Blewit...
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Mid Somerset Hills
The Mid Somerset Hills are a major natural region in the county of Somerset in southwest west England, forming a series of low hills and ridges that divide up the Somerset Levels.The region is listed ...
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River Yeo (South Somerset)
The River Yeo, also known as the River Ivel, is a tributary of the River Parrett in north Dorset and south Somerset, England.The river's names derive from the Celtic river-name gifl 'forked river'. T...
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Yeovil Scarplands
The Yeovil Scarplands are a natural region in southern England in the counties of Somerset and Dorset.The region is listed as National Character Area 140 by Natural England, the UK Government's adviso...
River Tone
The River Tone is a river in Somerset, England, which is about 32 miles (51 km) long. It rises at Beverton Pond near Huish Champflower in the Brendon Hills, and is dammed at Clatworthy Reservoir....
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Knowle Hill
Knowle Hill (grid reference ST583613) is a hill in the Chew Valley, Somerset, England situated between the village of Chew Magna and Chew Valley Lake.The south side of the summit of Knowle Hill is hom...
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Garratts Wood
3°34′05″W / 51.105°N 3.568°W / 51.105; -3.568Garratts Wood is a woodland in Somerset, England, near the village of Winsford. It covers a total area of 1.11 hectares (2.74 acre...
North Somerset
North Somerset is a unitary authority area in England. Its area covers part of the ceremonial county of Somerset but it is administered independently of the non-metropolitan county. Its administrative...
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Galton's Canal
Galton's Canal was a 1 mile 3 furlong (2.2 km) canal with one lock, crossing Westhay Moor in Somerset, England, and connecting the River Brue to the North Drain. It was operational by 1822, and c...
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Pill, Somerset
2°41′09″W / 51.4787°N 2.6859°W / 51.4787; -2.6859Pill is a village in North Somerset. It is situated on the southern bank of the Avon. Pill is adjacent to the village of East...
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Vale of Taunton and Quantock Fringes
The Vale of Taunton and Quantock Fringes form a natural region in the southwest of England in the county of Somerset. Natural England have designated the Vale of Taunton and Quantock Fringes as Natio...
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