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TQ6139 :: The Upper Teise Valley

Taken 7 years ago by N Chadwick near Pembury, Kent, England

The Upper Teise Valley by N Chadwick
The Upper Teise Valley

The River Teise is a tributary of the River Medway in Kent, England. It begins in Dunorlan Park in Tunbridge Wells, and flows eastwards past Bayham Abbey and then through Lamberhurst. 3 km downstream of Lamberhurst the small River Bewl, on which is the reservoir Bewl Water, joins the Teise. Unusually the Teise bifurcates 2 km south west of the village of Marden, passing either side of a low ridge. The Lesser Teise flows for about 6.5 km before joining the River Beult at Hunton. The Greater Teise, now carrying only minor quantities, flows for about 8 km to the River Medway at Twyford Bridge, upstream of Yalding, formerly the site of a double ford over both the Medway and Teise rivers.
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Subject Grid Square TQ6139
Subject Lat/Long 51.132756,0.309847 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Pembury, Kent, England
Photographer N Chadwick
Taken 20140518 201405 2014 (about 7 years ago)
Submitted 2014-09-15
Snippet River Teise ·
Context Lowlands · Woodland, Forest ·
Group Upper Teise Valley ·

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