River Frome (Somerset) :: Shared Description

The River Frome is a river in Somerset. It rises near Witham Friary, flows north through Blatchbridge to the town of Frome and joins the River Avon at Freshford, south of Bath.
The name Frome comes from the Old British word ffraw meaning fair, fine or brisk and describing the flow of the river.
There are many weirs on the river. Several stretches, particularly below Farleigh Hungerford are used for coarse fishing and some trout fishing.
by N Chadwick
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ST7846 : River Frome by N Chadwick
ST7846 : River Frome by N Chadwick
ST7846 : Bridge over the River Frome by N Chadwick
ST7340 : River Frome by N Chadwick
ST7541 : The Frome Valley by N Chadwick
ST7340 : River Frome by N Chadwick


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Created: Mon, 17 Aug 2015, Updated: Mon, 17 Aug 2015

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