River Yare :: Shared Description

The river rises south of East Dereham to the west to the village of Shipdham. Above its confluence with a tributary stream from Garvestone it is known as the Blackwater River. It is joined by the River Tiffey shortly before reaching Bawburgh. After skirting southern Norwich it is joined by the River Wensum at Whitlingham. Although the River Wensum is the larger and longer of the two, the river downstream of their confluence continues to be called the Yare. Just before Reedham it is joined by the River Chet. It passes the Berney Arms before entering the tidal Breydon Water. Here the Yare is joined by the Rivers Waveney and Bure and finally enters the North Sea at Gorleston after a 52 mile journey.
by Adrian S Pye
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4 images use this description:

TG5207 : Haven Bridge at Great Yarmouth from the South Quay by Adrian S Pye
TG5207 : The River Yare from Riverside showing Havenbridge House by Adrian S Pye
TG5303 : Where the river meets the sea by Adrian S Pye
TG5108 : The Breydon Bridge by Adrian S Pye


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Created: Thu, 6 May 2021, Updated: Mon, 10 May 2021

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