River Batherm

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River Batherm
Mid Devon Batherm Bridge geograph - 3922951.jpg
Batherm Bridge near Petton
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Catchment map of the River Batherm
Location
CountryEngland
CountiesDevon, Somerset
Physical characteristics
SourceSperry Barton
 - locationSomerset, England
MouthRiver Exe
 - location
Devon, England
 - coordinates
50°58′33.75″N 3°29′13.9″W / 50.9760417°N 3.487194°W / 50.9760417; -3.487194Coordinates: 50°58′33.75″N 3°29′13.9″W / 50.9760417°N 3.487194°W / 50.9760417; -3.487194

The River Batherm is a river which flows through Somerset and Devon in England. The river rises on high ground near the village of Sperry Barton, between Wimbleball and Clatworthy reservoirs. It flows south through the villages of Blackwell, Petton, and Shillingford before it joins the River Exe just over a mile downstream from Bampton.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Water Framework Directive - River Basin Management Plans". What's in your Backyard. Environment Agency. Retrieved 20 November 2015.