River Kenwater


River Kenwater

The River Kenwater is a short tributary of the River Lugg. In fact, it is also an offshoot of that river, separating from it about 2 kilometres north-west of Leominster; it flows through the town and re-joins the Lugg just outside Leominster's east boundary.


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