Oare Water

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Oare Water
Oare Water.jpg
Physical characteristics
 • locationSomerset, England
 • coordinates51°11′08″N 3°42′39″W / 51.18556°N 3.71083°W / 51.18556; -3.71083
MouthEast Lyn River
 • location
Somerset, England
 • coordinates
51°13′05″N 3°43′42″W / 51.21806°N 3.72833°W / 51.21806; -3.72833Coordinates: 51°13′05″N 3°43′42″W / 51.21806°N 3.72833°W / 51.21806; -3.72833

Oare Water passes through the village of Oare, on Exmoor in Somerset, England.

It joins Badgworthy Water before flowing to Watersmeet and the Bristol Channel,[1] as the East Lyn River.[2]

Oare bridge is an 18th-century road bridge over Oare Water.[3]


  1. ^ "Oare Water". Walking Britain. Retrieved 2009-09-24.
  2. ^ "Badgworthy Water". Everything Exmoor. Retrieved 2009-09-24.
  3. ^ "Oare bridge at NGR SS 8020". historicengland.org.uk. English Heritage. Retrieved 2009-02-01.