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Rother (South Yorkshire)

Definition (,_South_Yorkshire)

The River Rother is a river in the northern midlands of England, after which the town of Rotherham and the Rother Valley parliamentary constituency are named. It rises near Clay Cross in Derbyshire, and flows through the centre of Chesterfield, where it feeds the Chesterfield Canal. Further downstream, it flows through the Rother Valley Country Park and several districts of Sheffield, before joining the River Don at Rotherham. (Wikipedia)

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N/ADon (South Yorkshire)

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N/ASouth Yorkshire

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River Rother (South Yorkshire)

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