|• location||Brockhampton, Gloucestershire|
|• average||2.06 m3/s (73 cu ft/s)|
|• minimum||0.51 m3/s (18 cu ft/s) 31 October 1990|
|• maximum||6.2 m3/s (220 cu ft/s) 21 February 1995|
|• average||1.33 m3/s (47 cu ft/s)|
|• average||0.47 m3/s (17 cu ft/s)|
The River Coln is a river in Gloucestershire, England. It rises at Brockhampton to the east of Cheltenham, and flows in a south/south-easterly direction through the Cotswold Hills via Andoversford, Withington, Fossbridge, Bibury, Coln St Aldwyns, Quenington and Fairford. It joins the River Thames to the south-west of Lechlade, where it shares a confluence with the Thames and Severn Canal, by The Round House Footbridge.
Midway between Withington and Fossbridge the river passes Chedworth Roman Villa.
|Next confluence upstream||River Thames||Next confluence downstream|
|River Ray (south)||River Coln||River Leach (north)|
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