Oakhanger Stream

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Oakhanger Stream
Field near Oakhanger - geograph.org.uk - 1032226.jpg
Footbridge over the Oakhanger Stream near the village of Oakhanger
Location
CountryEngland
CountiesHampshire
Districts / Boroughs, East Hampshire
TownsAlton, Bordon
Physical characteristics
SourceShortheath Pond
 ⁃ locationOakhanger, Alton / Bordon, Hampshire, United Kingdom
MouthRiver Wey
 ⁃ location
Alton, East Hampshire, Hampshire
 ⁃ coordinates
51°07′57″N 0°52′52″W / 51.13244°N 0.88104°W / 51.13244; -0.88104Coordinates: 51°07′57″N 0°52′52″W / 51.13244°N 0.88104°W / 51.13244; -0.88104
Length6.2 km (3.9 mi)
Basin features
Tributaries 
 ⁃ rightKingsley Stream, Oxney Stream

Oakhanger Stream is a tributary of the River Wey that lies in Hampshire, England. The source of the north branch lies at Shortheath Common near Oakhanger and stretches from Oakhanger to Selborne Common near the village of Selborne. It adjoins the River Wey from East Worldham to Kingsley. Its total length is approximately 3.9 miles (6.3 km).[1]

Course[edit]

The source starts at Shortheath Pond in Shortheath Common, near Kingsley Mill. It runs south from the crossings between Kingsley Stream and Oxney Stream down to the village of Oakhanger. It then runs near the town of Bordon down to the village of Selborne, where southern source is located. The overall length of the stream is approximately 4 miles (6.4 km).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society for ... , Volumes 18-19. University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. 1952. p. 21.
  2. ^ Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society for ... , Volumes 18-19. University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. 1952. p. 21.