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Geographical Term Details

Erme

Definition (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Erme)

The Erme is a river in south Devon, England. From its source on Dartmoor it flows in a generally southerly direction past some of the best-preserved archaeological remains on the moor. It leaves the moor at the town of Ivybridge and continues southward, passing the settlements of Ermington, Modbury and Holbeton. Near Holbeton it becomes a ria and empties into the English Channel in Bigbury Bay, between the rivers Yealm and Avon. (Wikipedia)

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River
N/AIvybridge

Geographical FeatureIs Geographical Feature of
N/ASouth Devon catchment

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River Erme

Approved Date
27-Nov-2013

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