River Lavant :: Shared Description

The River Lavant is a winterbourne that rises at East Dean and flows west to Singleton, then south past West Dean and Lavant to Chichester. From east of Chichester its natural course was south to the sea at Pagham, but the Romans diverted it to flow around the southern walls of Chichester and then west into Chichester Harbour. The River is 15Km long.
by N Chadwick
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SU8607 : River Lavant by N Chadwick
SU8607 : River Lavant (Ford Water) by N Chadwick
SU8504 : River Lavant by N Chadwick
SU8705 : River Lavant (dry) by N Chadwick
SU8607 : Ford, River Lavant by N Chadwick
SU8504 : New Lipchis Way and River Lavant by N Chadwick
SU8705 : River Lavant (dry) by N Chadwick
SU8607 : River Lavant by N Chadwick
SU8607 : River Lavant by N Chadwick


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Created: Fri, 9 Oct 2015, Updated: Fri, 9 Oct 2015

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